Fear Of Seepage / Leakage Of Membranes?

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Morning … I am 6 months pregnant … then I have constipation … and when I push there is a liquid that comes out runny and remember … I’m afraid that the amniotic fluid is seeping or leaking … even though I had already urinated before … and when pushing out the liquid again … whether it’s urine or amniotic fluid … Please answer … I’m very worried … Will the amniotic fluid leak when pushing

1 Answer:

Hello Ma'am,

Thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.

Need to be clarified, from where the liquid comes out, whether from the genitals or anus?

If you mean discharge from the genitals during 6 months pregnancy, then this condition can indicate:

Urinary incontinence
In pregnant women whose gestational age is large enough, the control for urination is often disrupted. In addition to being caused by excessive strain of pelvic muscles, a high risk of urinary tract infections can also play a role in this complaint. As a result, mothers often wet in several conditions, for example when straining, coughing, vomiting, or lifting heavy loads. Urine, of course, is different from amniotic, because the color is yellowish, smells of urine, and the consistency is liquid. Leucorrhoea
Pregnant women are more prone to experience excessive vaginal discharge, which is due to hormonal fluctuations in the body, mental pressure, fatigue, or also because of the cleanliness of intimate organs that are less well maintained. Leucorrhoea is different from amniotic, because its consistency is slimy, often smells rancid, and can also have an abnormal color (such as vaginal discharge, yellowish, or even greenish) Premature rupture of membranes (to)
This condition refers to the amniotic fluid that ruptures before labor. Amniotic fluid is characterized by its consistency which is liquid, clear in color, and has no urine or rancid odor as does urine or vaginal discharge. Straining will not necessarily trigger it. This condition is more common due to infection around the uterus, trauma, excessive uterine strain, and many other possibilities. If you find that there is a lot of fluid coming out of your birth canal, you should check yourself directly to the doctor or obstetrician to get treatment appropriate for the cause. At this time, we recommend:

Rest more always. Always keep the area around your birth canal clean. Don't lift heavy weights and do other strenuous activities. Don't also have excessive sex during pregnancy. Don't panic. Hope it helps.

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