Was with my doctor last thursday, Actually the practice nurse which is really nice to have a female to talk to!!
Anyway, told her about a few episodes of ahem, wetness/dribbling down there, and she reckons I was dribbling some fluid from a burst polyp (Confused.com)along with having a show (not sure if they are same things?!)
Was baking earlier today when I felt really wet, went to the bathroom and there was a decent amount of yellowy watery gunk! It defo wasn't pee because my bladder wasn't even full
Something similiar happened yday were there was light green in the gunk!
I had a "slow leak" of my water for two days before delivering. No contractions until the second day. I never even though it was my waters that had broke since it wasn't a big spash like you always think of when you hear "water breaking". I had lost my mucus plug that frist day too, but the water I was leaking was always very clear. I was induced almost right away because as soon as there is water coming out there is a rsik of infection. So no matter the colour you should get that checked out right away.
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