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Am pregnant, watery discharge with no blood, cramps. Normal?

I am currently 35+5 weeks pregnant, got up this morning to go to the loo and as soon as I stood up and began walking I was really wet without being able to control it, when I got to the loo there was watery discharge but it didn t have blood in it or anything, haven t had any more leaking etc but have had period cramp pains. Why do you think this is happening? Is it normal? Thank you in advance
Asked On : Mon, 3 Sep 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response


Leaking per vaginum at 36 weeks is to be taken care of as it can be the sign of amniotic fluid loss or labour as you are having cramps as well

It is better to consult your gynec immediately

Best wishes
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OBGYN, Maternal and Fetal Medicine Dr. Srividhya's  Response
Hi, it appears your amniotic sac is ruptured and its leaking.Keep the count of baby movements. Visit your Gynecologist immediately as the process of labor has started. Best of luck.
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