On peeing your pants/leaking.... UPDATE POST #14
I'm telling you right now, don't read this if you're a person who does the whole, "If I ever hear about another woman's cervical mucus, pee, whatever"... cause that is what this post is all about!
Sorry ladies... I don't know what to think and since we talked about peeing our pants recently, I thought I would bring my situation here.
So twice in the last week or so, I have suddenly noticed a feeling of wetness in my undies/pajamas out of no where! Once it happened when I got up from settling DD back to sleep after she woke in the evening. There was nothing special about it- I had just been laying in her bed with her, and when I got up, I was like, "What? Why am I wet?" The second was last night- she decided to poop in the middle of the night. I noticed the wetness when I got up to change her. But, I had *just* gotten up to pee before I got up to change her- like literally, I got back in bed after peeing, and a minute later I was getting up to change her. When I looked last night the patch of wetness in my pjs was about a 2in diameter, and yes, I smelled it- didn't really smell like anything- not a strong pee smell or anything.
So, my first question is, if you're someone who leaks- do you feel it? Because I am not having any sensations with this- I'm just suddenly wet.
My imagination is getting carried away and I'm worried I'm leaking amniotic fluid... and I have to fly on Saturday and I really don't want to do anything dangerous, and I REALLY don't want to miss my flight either!
Otherwise, I don't know if I could suddenly be having some really watery CM? As a rule, when pregnant I have pretty thick, creamy CM a lot.
So I just don't know what to think, and I'm certainly freaked out by it. I never thought I would say so...but I'm hoping I'm peeing my pants without even knowing it! I don't want it to be anything else! Well, I guess the watery CM would be ok too...
Any advice or ideas?
P.S. I never leaked during DD's pregnancy or after. And I have no history of any complications in pregnancy (no preterm labor or anything...).