Vaginal discharge and pressues during pregnancy (25 weeks)?

Go to L&D. You have to get checked to rule out preterm labor (ptl). Go straight to the nearest l&d for evaluation. Symptoms of vaginal pressure and discharge are hallmarks of cervical change. Don't risk it, go on in.
Notify your OB. Vaginal discharge in pregnancy could be amniotic fluid or infection. So it's better to check with your obstetrician.

Related Questions

My vaginal discharge stopped during pregnancy, what could be wrong?

Hormones. When pregnant, a woman's female hormone levels differ vastly from nonpregnant. Among many other physical changes, this can affect the normal vaginal discharge a woman may experience. It does not signify anything being wrong. If you have continued concerns, ask your OB doctor. Read more...

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. Read more...

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...

Does the vaginal discharge change or is it the same as in your mestrual cicle during the first and second month of pregnancy?

It can change. The vaginal discharge during pregnancy can change its' composition due to hormonal influences. If the discharge has an odor or itches, then an infection may be present and a MD visit is needed. Read more...

It's my week 14 of pregnancy and I noticed decreased vaginal discharge which I had a lot during my first trimester. Should I be worried? No blood

Good change . This sounds like a nice change for you now that you're not having to suffer from vaginal discharge. Hopefully you told your doctor about the problem and they were able to test for infection. Read more...