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    Mucus like vaginal discharge during first trimester, help!!!
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    Mother2be0510 posted:
    Has anyone experienced jelly or mucus like vaginal discharge during their first trimester?? I had a miscarriage at 8 1/2 weeks last year. I'm going on 11 weeks with this pregnancy.We got to see the heartbeat at 8 weeks which was a relief. Ever symptom that doesn't seem normal to me I question.
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    htma4494 responded:
    Yes, increase in clear vaginal discharge in pregnancy is very common and is a sign that everything is going fine, I have the same thing and was told this is normal.


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