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I am 5 weeks pregnant and i am having watery discharge from last couple of days. I need to change my panties 2-3 times a day. Is this normal ?? I am worried as I had a miscarriage before. I have doctors appointment next week. Would appreciate if I receive the reply today.


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replied October 16th, 2016
First Trimester of Pregnancy Answer A59111
The increased watery discharge is not a abnormal issue during pregnancy. Due to the elevated hormone levels, the vaginal discharge may be increased.

Using panty liners or using a sanitary pads would help to manage the issue. There is no need for any form of medical intevention or treatment.

In case, you have foul smelling or purulent discharge, bleeding, abdominal pain, burning micturition, etc, it would indicate that you need proper medical evaluation and help.

Consult your doctor for proper help in such circumstances.


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