• 6 days ago

    Discharge

    Im 14 weeks & i started noticing that randomly when i wipe myself; i been wiping discharge but i feel like it looks kinda weird. Its a little thick like a buger and its greenish like super light green , it doesn't smell though. Is this normal? Would it affect my partner when we have sex ?

Responses

  • RE: Discharge

    That is absolutely normal. I have been experiencing that too! It's just the sign that hormones are changing. Nothing to worry about. Vaginal discharge is very normal during pregnancy!
  • 5 days ago

    RE: Discharge

    It's normal . I had that issue since my first trimester......
  • 5 days ago

    RE: Discharge

    I have the same thing and I'm 16 weeks. When I saw it, I freaked out and called my ob/gyn. She told me that it was normal.
  • 4 days ago

    RE: Discharge

    If it looks weird to you get checked out. It's possible it could be an infection like bacterial vaginosis if it's green especially if there's lots of it or if there's any itching. It may clear up on its own. If not you might need antibiotics. Normal discharge is white, slightly yellow, or clear.
  • 4 days ago

    RE: Discharge

    I'm in my last trimester and still having discharge. You gonna get a lot of yeast infections also. Drink a lot of water and avoid drinks that contain a lot of sugar. But I wouldn't have sex until I get check by a doctor
  • 3 days ago

    RE: Discharge

    White is normal, not green
  • 3 days ago

    RE: Discharge

    Hi and thank you for posting!

    Here is some information on vaginal discharge during pregnancy that you may find helpful to read through: http://wb.md/2n6W8A5

    As others here have said, it is common to have more vaginal discharge than normal when you're pregnant. However, the article does say to give your doctor a call if you notice "your discharge is yellow/green or gray/white with a foul or fishy odor." Even though you say that the discharge you are experiencing doesn't have a smell, it may still be a good idea to speak with your doctor just to make sure it isn't a sign of a vaginal infection that may need to be treated.