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Doctor insights on: Leaking Vagina Trimester

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Is it normal to have clear fluid leaking from my vagina in the third trimester?

Is it normal to have clear fluid leaking from my vagina in the third trimester?

Yes: There is more discharge as the pregnancy progresses and many women find they are more comfortable wearing a panty shield for the last few months. If you think you could have broken your water, you should see your doctor. ...Read more

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Is it normal for your vagina to smell like your going to start your period at the end of your third trimester?

Is it normal for your vagina to smell like your going to start your period at the end of your third trimester?

Vaginal odor: There are several causes of bad smelling vaginal discharge and testing is needed to determine the cause and treatment. The most likely is bacterial vaginosis. Bacterial vaginosis is an overgrowth of normal vaginal bacteria. It causes a watery discharge with a fishy odor. It is not sexually transmitted and your partner does not require treatment. It is treated with antibiotics. ...Read more

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My vagina is always leaking what should I do?

My vagina is always leaking what should I do?

Get checked: If it is bothersome, get it checked out. Some types of leakage is normal but not enough to be bothersome. ...Read more

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What causes urine to leak from the vagina?

What causes urine to leak from the vagina?

A fistula.: A vesicovaginal fistula in an abnormal connection between the bladder and the vagina. This could lead to a constant leakage of urine from the vagina. It can be caused by abnormal healing after surgery, or obstructed labor, especially in developing countries. A gynecologist or urologist who specializes in female urology can help diagnose and correct this problem, usually with surgery. ...Read more

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What causes a vagina to leak dirty water?

What causes a vagina to leak dirty water?

Vaginal infection: If there is a vaginal discharge that you might describe as "dirty water" then you definitely need to be seen and treated for a vaginal infection. The most common causes are yeast, BV and trichomonas. It might also be a sign of a more serious infection of the uterus. ...Read more