During pregnancy cervical mucus changes due to the increase in the hormone progesterone. You may find that you produce much more cervical mucus which is quite watery and may be a nuisance. Try using panty liners if this is a problem.
Cervical mucus is usually odourless and white or clear, unless you have some sort of vaginal infection (Thrush). This is an extremely irritating fungal infection of the vulva and vagina, caused by the fungus Candida Albicans. It is very common during pregnancy because of both the change in your hormonal make-up and the decrease in immunity.
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