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Pregnant. Started creamy white and then clear discharge. Should i be worried?

hi i am 7 weeks pregnant and have been getting a creamy white discarge and today i have been getting a clear discarge. i am worried that my mucus plug has released however at 6 weeks i would think there would be blood also however there isnt should i be worried has anyone else had this exsperiance?? should i be worried ? xx
Asked On : Tue, 22 May 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
physiological leucohrrea can be seen in pregnancy sometimes that could be more, if that is not associated with smell or features like itching etc no need to bother,
you just see whether that is like watery, continuous to rule out the possibility of miscarriage,
if not associated with these features and there is no pain abdomen then no need to bother,
you can continue with regular checkups and ultrasound examinations.

take care.
Answered: Sun, 15 Jul 2012
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