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    beansprout618 posted:
    This is my first pregnancy (yay!) And I'm about 4 weeks along. I may be completely overreacting (and grossing a few people out) but I went to the bathroom and noticed what looked like a piece of mucus (about 1/3 inch long) in the toilet. There was no blood, but I'm still worried. Any advice?
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    You should be fine. Your discharge will increase during pregnancy.
     
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    sylasmommy0406 replied to tlkittycat1968's response:
    Its completely normal, increase of texture and discharge is normal..Congratulations!
     
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    beansprout618 replied to sylasmommy0406's response:
    Thanks ladies, I guess I get a bit paranoid. Still hard to believe this is real!


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