When I wee, I always look in the bowl as well as the tissue...force of habit....I notice in the bowl a white watery discharge that is disappearing to the bottom when i look down....
Never seen it before and I know at this point in preg you get more discharge but usually its a bit thicker....
Is it discharge or amniotic fluid?????
Ive noticed I pee a tiny bit when baby kicks me down there.
Ive also got cramps like when im constipated but Ive been to the loo and it was loose!!!!
I'm 33 weeks.....measuring 36.
Hey chick My boy kicks and has a wriggle when I have a wee... see how he likes being wakened up eh?! I have that white fluid constantly midwife says its normal for discharge to get thicker and gloopier xxx
I had a pretty heavy milky discharge from about 34 weeks on, I think its normal. When my waters broke they were really hot and felt thicker than normal water (like milk consistency only totally clear)... xx
I am not as far along as you but i have been getting a milky discharge the whole way through which apparently is normal. Discharge increases in pregnancy so my midwife said, its called something like leukorria or something like that!
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