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Feeling of air bubbles ?

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I took a pregnancy test which came back positive. I now have this odd feeling like there is air bubbles, or perhaps fluid coming out periodically. But when I go to the bathroom, there's nothing. Is this normal and what causes this? Should I be concerned?


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replied August 19th, 2010
Early Pregnancy Signs and Symptoms Answer A15470
Hello,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
The symptoms that you are having are common in few women during pregnancy. It happens due to increase in vaginal secretions during pregnancy. The vagina also sucks in air as it becomes loose and soft, this air comes out as feeling of air bubbles coming out.
If in doubt and worried, then visit your gynecologist for an examination to make sure that everything is normal.
Take care.



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