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White Pv Discharge In First Trimester
Discharge can be a noun or a verb; it has multiple meanings in physics, chemistry, military, and legal usage. The most common medical meaning is a substance that is being excreted. Examples: pus is the discharge from a pimple; a vaginal discharge can mean infection; an ear discharge can mean an infection of the outer ear tract; a nasal discharge ...Read more
Yes: That is common and should not be a cause for concern. ...Read more
Get checked: Pregnant often have more vaginal discharge from all the hormonal changes. Infections like yeast and bacterial vaginosis are also more common. Sometimes pregnant women leak a small amount of urine during intercourse too. All of these are easy to check for in an office visit. ...Read more
Wait and see: There are variations in menstrual cycle and can cause your period to come a few days early or late. If you have been having unprotected intercourse, you can do a home pregnancy test to place your mind at rest. White discharge can be benign or sometimes associated with infections such as yeast, and other bacteria. See your GYN if symptoms persist ...Read more
Can be normal: Typically, light brown discharge is indicative of bleeding from the cervix or placenta/uterus at some point in the pregnancy. Brown discharge is old blood typically. A little bit of brown discharge is common in most pregnancies. You should definitely mention to your doctor, and possibly refrain from intercourse until you see your doctor. ...Read more
28 weeks pregnant second with pregnancy pressure where baby come out at and followed by white mucus discharge?
Normal, possibly: Discharge throughout pregnancy is normal. White or cloudy is normal. If it itches or if you have pain, see md to make sure no infection. Pressure can be normal or can mean cervix is shortening. Ask doctor for a cervical length ultrasound or exam to determine length of cervix and make sure you're not at risk for preterm labor. See doctor asap for this. Or go to labor ; delivery. ...Read more
Tmi. Change in discharge 38wks. White creamy discharge since the beginning of pregnancy. Since this morning it has been clear & oily? --sign of labor?
Period is three weeks late. Egg whitish discharge with blood in it. Are these both signs of pregnancy?
Yes: This may indicate a threatened miscarriage and occurs when there is a mild separation of the early placenta. Strict bedrest and no intercoarse. Progesterone administration is found to be helpful in relaxing the uterus and allowing the separation to heal. See you ob/gyn. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If you are : Indded pregnant please go see the obstetrician... ...Read more
Postpartum 11wks, had first period Oct first week. Now having pinkish red tinged discharge, slight bad odor. Is this normal at this stage?
Not necessarily.: An abnormal discharge can be due to an infection or spotting between cycles, among other causes. If your period is late, check a pregnancy test. If negative or if you have had unprotected sex with someone whom you don't know for sure is disease free (and with whom you have been in a long-term monogamous relationship), get checked for an infection. ...Read more
Period delayed by 4 days.Heavy clear white discharge.-ve pregnancy test.Slight crampping & pain in uterus.Pregnancy chance?
Pregnancy or.....: Pregnancy (a normal pregnancy or abnormal pregnancy such as a tubal pregnancy or miscarriage) may be the most common reason. Other reasons include hormone imbalances (polycystic ovary syndrome, thyroid disease, pituitary problems, eating disorders). Sometimes caused by stress, but don't assume that's it. Discharge may or may not be related. See your doctor. ...Read more
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