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Pregnant with vaginal discharge. What is wrong?

I am 36 weeks pregnant and have been experiencing extra vaginal discharge- which I know is normal, especially at my stage but recently I have noticed I am leaking something else - it just seems watery, it doesn t smell or have any colour - (it s also not urine!) but I feel like I ve wet myself and have to change my underwear twice a day. Could someone help please as I am worried there is something wrong?!
Asked On : Mon, 13 Aug 2012
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thanks for query
the history given by you sounds to me leakage of amniotic fluid.
in this stage of pregnancy slight leakage of amniotic fluid may occur but if it occurs in much more quantity then it may affect you pregnancy.
excessive leakage may cause premature delivery and have deleterious effect on fetus
so go to your doctor and get examined and follow his/her advice
thank you
Answered: Mon, 13 Aug 2012
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hi hollie 1985
welcome to hcm
as you mention you have 36 month pregnancy you get you have white discharge and if white discharge during pregnancy is coupled by thin, transparent discharge on your underwear. This discharge is not that easy to determine whether it is a mucus or amniotic fluid. Whenever you are in doubt, it is always best to go and consult your doctor. last stage be careful
thanks wish you good health
Answered: Mon, 13 Aug 2012
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