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Rozyo
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am already 10 weeks pregnant and we are already ok with it,but am having a really wierd discharge is clear-white and it dosent smell but is kind-of watery and i was wondering is there something wrong with my pregnancy? [Frown]

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-Lauren-
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No. It is normal to have an increase in discharge during pregnancy, as long as it is not blood-tinged or accompanied by any other bothersome symptoms.

A quick call to the doctor providing your prenatal care will often ease any worries you have quicker and with more know-how than any of us, for future reference. :)

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