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Camzie13
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sry i have so many questions. um......how does vaginal discharge change when u become pregnant? does it cease, stay the same, or increase??
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Ashy
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In pregnancy, there is sometimes increased vaginal discharge.

But just to clarify, there are no surefire signs of pregnancy! Vaginal discharge is a normal part of your body, so do not stress out about it if you notice an increase or decrease in discharge. So Camzie, if you're looking for any signs that you might be pregnant, the only good one is a home pregnancy test. Hope that all goes well for you!


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