When you conceive, your body undergoes a plethora of change during pregnancy. While it is wonderful see your baby grow in your womb and the changes that occur to support your baby, it may be sometimes confusing to distinguish which change is normal and which is abnormal during pregnancy. And Vaginal Discharge During Pregnancy is one of the most common occurrences.
- 1 Is it normal to get white vaginal discharge during pregnancy?
- 2 What are the signs of abnormal vaginal discharge?
- 3 What Not To Do During Pregnancy –
- 4 Correlation Between Vaginal Discharge & Early Pregnancy
- 5 Vaginal Discharge After Sexual Intercourse?
- 6 What can I do about the white vaginal discharge during pregnancy?
- 7 When Will Vaginal Discharge Stop?
- 8 Key Take Away –
Is it normal to get white vaginal discharge during pregnancy?
Absolutely, it’s perfectly fine to get whitish creamy vaginal discharge from the time of conception as it protects your reproductive organs throughout those 9 months. It is possibly “Leukorrhea” – an odorless or mild milk-smelling thin or thick discharge because your body is producing more estrogen(a hormone that supports pregnancy), and more blood is flowing to the area around your vagina made up of secretions from the cervix and vagina & normal vaginal bacteria. You will probably notice increased vaginal discharge or mucosal discharge as you approach the end of third trimester.