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22 years old, fourth delivery, leaking clear white fluid, contractions for two weeks, pressure. Causes and cure?

Hi my name is XXXXX i am 22 yrs old i am pregnant with fourth baby. I have had a hard pregnancy with my third one also with this fourth one i live in phx az but any how my question is that last night i started to leaj this whit clear liquid i have been haveing contractions like the past two weeks and they are every 10 to 15 mins ive been haveing lots of presure. What can all this mean? My obgyn isnt realy much help he ignores my concurns and w
Asked On : Thu, 12 Jul 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
painless contractions can be seen in pregnancy which are caused braxton-hicks contractions there are normal,
but as you are having contractions much frequently,
and mainly as you are having history of leakage of clear fluid you have to visit your doctor as early as possible to rule out the possibility of premature rupture of membranes which can lead to intrauterine infection, preterm delivery etc.
take care.
Answered: Sat, 14 Jul 2012
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