Is it normal to have discharge in the first trimester?

Pregnancy discharge. It is very common to have discharge in pregnancy as long as it is not causing itching, burning, irritation or a bad odor it may be normal...Have your provider check it out for you.

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Is brown or yellow mucus discharge ever normal in first trimester....And what if it comes and goes away completely

Yellow yes. Normal colors for mucous are yellow, clear, white, grey, and green. All dependent on hydration and types of food eaten. Brown would make me think of old blood. Possibly from the cervix from intercourse or maybe placenta implantation. If it has gone away and there are no other symptoms, i would just watch and wait. It it continues and is associated with other symptoms, then fu with your ob. Read more...

Should I be worried about light pink discharge in the first trimester?

Depends. If you have been sexually active or otherwise physically active, or had a recent cervical exam you may spot lightly. You also may have spotting related to a vaginal infection. As long as the spotting is not accompanied by cramps, severe pelvic pain, increasingly heavier bleeding or uncomfortable vaginal discharge, relax. If you have had a miscarriage or are at risk for an ectopic preg, contact doc. Read more...
GYN. It is not uncommon for a woman to experience spotting during the first trimester of pregnancy. Please tell your obstetrician. Take care. Read more...

Should I be concerned about dark brown vaginal discharge in the first trimester?

Yes. Dark brownish vaginal discharge in 1 trimester is usually related to the implantation of the baby's placenta into the wall of the uterus. As long as the HCG and Progesterone levels are ok, and you have a normal sonogram i wouldn't be concerned. Read more...
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 more...