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30 weeks pregnant, clear watery discharge after urinating, not smelly. What could this be?

Ok 30 wk pregnant and get clear whitish discharge that is leaky like water most of the time right after I us the restroom. Idk if it s normal had it before sometime if feels like a little bit of urine leaked out but then I look and it def not. Not any smell really either. Idk I don t like. Highly irritating! I use to get this before my cycle when I was not pregnant just not this bad :/
Asked On : Wed, 31 Oct 2012
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Hello there.

Thanks for writing.

If you are passing clear watery fluid like urine then it might be that your bag of water has ruptured and it is the amniotic fluid that is leaking. Amniotic fluid surround the baby like a bag of water in which fetus is lying.
It appears as a sudden gush of water coming out of vagina and wetting all your clothes.
To rule this out, you need to see a gynecologist for an internal examination.

Do not delay your consultation as if its leaking amniotic fluid then chances of infection and risk to the baby increase.

Also if its not amniotic fluid then the other possibility can be a vaginal infection. But usually these infections produce a thick discharge which are foul smelling and associated with itching.

Take care.
Answered: Fri, 2 Nov 2012
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