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Water breaking? TMI warning.

So, lately I've been having a considerable amount of thick, sticky discharge every day which my doctor said is normal. This morning, though, I had what felt like could have been my water breaking but it was only a little bit. It didn't have an odor but was enough to soak my underwear. I changed and put on a pad and in the last few hours have only had a small amount of faintly yellow leakage onto the pad. Also, no thick discharge when I use the bathroom which is abnormal for me lately. Could this have been my water breaking? I've only had two contractions since and none for about an hour and a half...

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  • So, lately I've been having a considerable amount of thick, sticky discharge every day which my doctor said is normal. This morning, though, I had what felt like could have been my water breaking but it was only a little bit. It didn't have an odor but was enough to soak my underwear. I changed and put on a pad and in the last few hours have only had a small amount of faintly yellow leakage onto the pad. Also, no thick discharge when I use the bathroom which is abnormal for me lately. Could this have been my water breaking? I've only had two contractions since and none for about an hour and a half...


    SIAB 

    Qfp

    And if you trust us more than your doc, that's probably problematic for you. But seriously, call your doc.

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  • izza2izza2
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    Knottie-logic:
    "I think my water may have broken. What do I do? Should I call my doctor? No, no, that makes too much sense... Oh, I know! I'll go online and ask strangers what they think is happening! They'll know what's going on with my body!"


    Aka: listen to PP and call your doctor, if you haven't already.
    Even if your water hasn't broken, I feel like your vag needs some serious checking out.
    Me: 25 | DH: 29 | DSS: 9
    TTC #1: Aug - Nov '15 (TTA N'15-J'17 for Nursing School)
    TTC #1 take two: July 2017 (NTNP); August 2017 (actively TTGP)
    BFP 10/9 @ 10 DPO; EDD June 23, 2018

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  • abteambabteamb
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    Your doctor is your best bet. Or go to triage and have them check you out. 
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