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Well unlikely this is coming from the membranes nor is this amniotic fluid – it just does not sound like this.
This is MOST likely coming from your bladder – as that is the most likely situation and very common to see.
The other possibility is that your vagina from the sets of glands that are in the vagina is producing a lot of discharge –
But from what you have said and also at 14 weeks – this is not going to be from the uterus – so I do not believe you need to worry especially since the ultrasound was normal
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Well you are not going to have ruptured membranes at this point.
More than likely this is from your bladder which is EASY to treat and hence you could have an Urinary tract infection
I actually see this a LOT - so many woman are worried they are leaking fluid - but when an ultrasound confirms you are not just like you had done - then you do NOT need to worry about the amniotic fluid - so you do NOT need to worry at all about this.
but do check the bladder and also the vagina
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when there is an odor - such as a semen smell this is due to an increase in the pH such as a Bacterial vaginosis which could be the vaginal discharge -
This is VERY common so this is why I am insistent that you should get BOTH an Urinanalysis, bladder check and check for the glands of the vagina doing this to you
that is NOT going to happen at 12 weeks - it just does not - especially since you had a normal ultrasound
You have had a NORMAL ultrasound with fluid and the baby moving – honestly from everything you have said – this is not due to your amniotic fluid.
And IF you had fluid – this would be a continuation and it does not really have an odor.
You have had a NORMAL ultrasound with fluid and the baby moving – honestly from everything you have said – this is not due to your amniotic fluid. I had to say that again - ….
IF you were having a miscarriage – there would be a LOT of blood AND I will say this again too – YOU HAD A NORMAL ultrasound – so PLEASE stop worrying and DO exactly what I have suggested
THEN if you are still concerned so you do NOT worry any more – get another ultrasound – as the Ultrasound might have cause the bleeding by irritating the cervix – and that is VERY normal too – but NOT likely due to a miscarriage or loss of fluid.
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