Normal Discharge This discharge is called "leukorrhea," and is a normal response to your body's shifting hormones (more estrogen in this instance) during pregnancy. This kind of normal discharge can be clear to white in color, thin to milky or mucousy in consistency, and have either almost no odor or a very mild odor. via
When should I be worried about discharge during pregnancy?
Discharge that's green, smells unpleasant, causes pain or itching, or seems unusual in any other way could be a sign of infection or another problem. Also, call your doctor or midwife right away if: You're not yet 37 weeks along and notice an increase in the amount of discharge or a change in the type of discharge. via
How do you know if your leaking amniotic fluid at 25 weeks?
Leaking amniotic fluid might feel like a gush of warm fluid or a slow trickle from the vagina. It will usually be clear and odorless but may sometimes contain traces of blood or mucus. If the liquid is amniotic fluid, it is unlikely to stop leaking. via
What kind of discharge is normal in second trimester?
Pink mucus or brownish discharge may both occur during the second trimester. It's caused by small amounts of blood leaving your body with normal discharge. Vaginal bleeding that's like a period, however, can be a worrisome sign that needs immediate medical attention. via
Can you lose your mucus plug at 25 weeks?
You can lose a piece or part of your mucus plug at any time during your pregnancy, but it may regenerate. via
Can 25 weeks baby survive?
Babies born after only 25 weeks are small and fragile. With intensive medical treatment most babies survive, but some do not. As the chances for babies born this early are pretty good, doctors usually provide intensive treatment and see how the baby responds. via
How do I know if I'm leaking amniotic fluid?
Is jelly like discharge normal during pregnancy?
In the last week or so of pregnancy, it may contain streaks of sticky, jelly-like pink mucus. This is called a "show", and happens when the mucus that's been present in your cervix during pregnancy comes away. It's a sign that the body is starting to prepare for birth. via
Is watery discharge normal in second trimester?
You can breathe a sigh of relief, because clear or white watery discharge during pregnancy is completely normal. Not only is it rarely a cause for concern — it's actually a sign that your body is working hard to keep you and your baby healthy. via
Can you slowly leak amniotic fluid?
Think of your amniotic sac like a water balloon. While it's possible to break the water balloon, causing a strong gush of fluid (known as your water breaking), it's also possible that a small hole could develop in the sac. This can result in a slow leak of amniotic fluid. via
Why are my breasts leaking at 25 weeks?
The substance leaking from your breasts is colostrum, which is another name for the first milk your baby receives after birth. If you find the leaking bothersome, try wearing some breast pads in your bra. via
What color is amniotic fluid on toilet paper?
Amniotic fluid can be yellow or clear. It could mean that your baby has had its first bowel movement while still in the uterus. The fluid usually looks green or brown. via
When should I worry about my second trimester?
Odds are that once you make it to your second trimester it should be relatively smooth sailing for the next three months. However there are a few symptoms that do always warrant a call to your doctor, including heavy vaginal bleeding, severe abdominal pain and fever over 101.5 F. via
What months are 2nd trimester?
The second trimester of your pregnancy is from week 13 to week 28 - roughly months four, five and six. As well as feeling and looking more pregnant during these weeks, you may also have more energy than you did in the first trimester. via
What does a 2nd trimester miscarriage feel like?
Symptoms of miscarriage in the second trimester tend to be similar to those in the first trimester—bleeding, cramping, and loss of pregnancy symptoms. These signs may be experienced to a greater magnitude than in the first trimester or may be completely absent. via