Ok so i have had watery discharge since finding out i am pregnant! Ive had issues with bleeding/spotting this whole time as well and my OB doesnt know why! For the last 3-4 weeks ive had to wear a liner. I get brown/reddish discharge still. Now i was talking with a friend and she said i should go to the ER and that i could be leaking fluid? There have been a few days that it was really DARK red discharge. I go to the dr on Weds and im wanting to know if i should go in or wait till weds? I havent felt the baby move alot the last few days. A couple days i didnt feel her at all. I worries me something is wrong. Anyone else ever experience this?
I would call and see what they say, if they want you to come in or wait til your appt. When I was pregnant with DD2 I was leaking a lot of fluid but I thought it might have been from DH and I DTD since we were very active (lol). However I was 37 1/2 weeks at that time and they told me to come in because they wanted to check me out. They did a trans vaginal u/s and did testing to see if it was amniotic fluid. They said I had leaked about 1/2 my bag and had me induced to lower the risk of infection. Ha I remember feeling it slowly leak out after being admitted and it felt like I peed the bed!
I have a lot of discharge this time around, and sometimes it's a little watery, other times its real thick, like someone blew their nose in my underwear! EW!
But I would definitely call and see what your OB or nurse says, and possibly even do it tonight just to be on the safe side. It's better to be safe than sorry. (hugs) KUP on how things are!
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I know in my local area, once you are 20 you go directly to Labor & Delivery instead of the ER. I despise the ER! Those people have no idea what to do with pg complications! To be on the safe side, especially if you feel there has been a decrease in movement, I would get it checked out. You might give your OB's office a call first thing and see what they say. If it were me, I'd be headed up to the L&D to make sure everything is okay.
I've only had the egg white - type stuff. :-\ Kind of disgusts me, actually, but I guess as long as it's on the range of "normal." As for watery, I can guarantee I would call or insist the doctor pays attention at the next appt, because that would make me really nervous, just because I've never experienced it before.