During pregnancy, one of the symptoms that most expectant mothers complain about is the increased need to visit the bathroom. Growing a baby simply means needing to pee more often. As the belly grows, some women will also experience some mild incontinence. Taking plenty of frequent trips to the bathroom often solves the problem. At twelve weeks and three days pregnant, I have not yet experienced any problems with peeing myself. Yes, sometimes I find myself dashing to the nearest toilet because I waited too long between potty breaks.
There are changes in the consistency of a woman's cervical mucus during pregnancy and throughout the menstrual cycle. Often, women look for physical signs, such as changes in cervical mucus, as a signal of early pregnancy or as a way to know if it is the right time for conception. While there are some physical signs of pregnancy or fertility, they are generally subtle, and therefore they should not be taken as indicators of fertility or of pregnancy in the early weeks after conception.
Some amount of vaginal discharge is there throughout the month. This special type of discharge is called leukorrhea. This is a thin and milky white substance.