Is yellow vaginal discharge normal during pregnancy?

Can be, but... Hormone changes during pregnancy make us produce much more mucus everywhere, so increased vaginal discharge is common. But also more prone to infection, so if itching, redness, odor or pain, see your doc to get checked for yeast, BV or other infection.

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Is it normal to have vaginal discharge during pregnancy? Sometimes when I sneeze it comes out and feels like I've peed on myself but it's discharge.

Yes. The high hormones that your body produces during pregnancy causes increased discharge. Women are also prone to yeast infections during pregnancy, as well as other causes of vaginal infections. If there is itching, irritation, sores, or an unusual odor, or if you have had a new sexual partner, see your gyn asap. Read more...

I don't see much vaginal discharge during my10 weeks of pregnancy is it normal I'm worried abt miscarriage what's the reason having backache pressures?

Miscarriage. No discharge or the presence thereof are not the symptoms of miscarriage. Miscarriage typically presents with bleeding and cramp like pains. Backache pressure is common in normal pregnancy and doesn't mean miscarriage. Read more...
Leukorrhea. As you get into your second trimester you will likely see more clear or thin white discharge called leukorrhea. The back discomfort is probably from the uterus making its way out of your pelvis and into your abdomen. However, it could be a uti. So have your provider check a urine for infection. Read more...

How come I had yellow vaginal discharge for 3 days? Is that normal?

Probably not. It is probably not normal but Also it does not mean it is un common or that it is life threatening. Avoid douching, cosmétic soaps /lotions and go see your doctor. Depending on the cause is the discharge a diagnosis and treatment plan can be made . . Read more...

Is it normal to have vaginal discharge everyday? It's clear but dries yellow and doesn't have an odor.

Depends. Women can have a normal vaginal discharge called leukocytosis. It can range from clear to white. It has no odor and does not cause redness, itching or pain. It may dry to a light tan or a light yellow on underwear. Read more...