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Pregnant, have liquid discharge, intermittent belly pain, do not feel baby moving. Worrisome?

hi, i am 5 months pregnant today and i usually have yellow discharges every day, but today when i woke up, i had a liquid discharge, i am not sure what that is, and i have been feeling pains on my belly since this week started and the pains come and go, i havent felt my baby move like she normally does since yesterday noon, should i be worried or its normal?
Asked On : Tue, 30 Oct 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
If the discharge is thick and white , it can be due to vagintis. If it is watery like urine then it is better to consult your OBGYN and get an ultrasound done too see the amniotic fluid.
As you have felt movements before 5 months and now you are not having them along with leakage so it is better to consult your doctor.
Best wishes
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Internal Medicine Specialist Dr. Aparna Amritsagar's  Response
Hello ,

Thanks for writing your query.

I would advise you to get an ultrasonography on urgent basis or meet your doctor who can do a sonography for you. It is very difficult to predict anything like this. But you should get sonography that will help us to know the condition of the fetus. Normally the vaginal discharge increases during 5th month of pregnancy but if it is more watery than you should consult your doctor soon.

Dont worry & take care.
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