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Pregnancy can be as confusing as it is thrilling, and it’s not always easy to tell which changes are normal and which can be cause for concern. One such change is vaginal discharge, which can differ in consistency or thickness, frequency, and amount during pregnancy.
One of the earliest signs of pregnancy is a sudden increase in vaginal discharge, and this continues throughout pregnancy. It’s safe to say that when a woman becomes pregnant, her vagina largely takes on a personality of its own.
Normal vaginal discharge, known as leukorrhea, is thin, clear, or milky white, and mildly smelling. Changes in vaginal discharge can begin as early as one to two weeks after conception, even before you’ve actually missed your period. As your pregnancy progresses, this discharge…