Beli is an important substance for assessing health status of women. Normal whites are transparent, odorless and colorless. If whites turn yellow, have a specific smell or become bloodshot, you should go to hospital in a timely manner for examination. there may be a disease Gynecological inflammation. However, there is another situation where leucorrhoea increases and becomes stringy, that is, during pregnancy, so if you see fibrous or increased leucorrhea during pregnancy, you can check it with a pregnancy test stick. So, does leucorrhoea increase or decrease after pregnancy?Does leucorrhea increase or decrease after pregnancy?
Generally speaking, secretion of leucorrhoea during pregnancy is greater than before pregnancy.
This is due to fact that after pregnancy, corpus luteum of ovary releases large amounts of estrogen and progesterone to support implantation and development of pregnant egg.
After 12 weeks, placenta is formed, and body continues to synthesize large amounts of estrogen and progesterone. Therefore, pregnant women always maintain a state of high estrogen and high progesterone.
As a result, estrogen- and progesterone-dependent cells undergo obvious changes, tissues of vulva become soft and moist, epithelium of vagina thickens, vessels fill with blood, exudate and exfoliated cells increase, uterus becomes hypertrophied, soft. , congested, and glands secrete strongly.
Cervical secretions, vaginal secretions and loose cells mix together to form leucorrhea that continues to be secreted during pregnancy. Therefore, vaginal discharge during pregnancy is much higher than in non-pregnant women, and can also be thicker than usual. As long as vulva does not itch, leucorrhoea does not have a specific smell, and leucorrhoea increases, this is usually normal.What other changes will occur in early pregnancy?
1. Stopping menstruation
This is most common sign of pregnancy that most people notice. If you are a woman of childbearing age, have a normal period, and have had sex for more than two weeks, you may be pregnant. But this is not menstruation and not pregnancy. There are many reasons why menstruation does not come, such as poor ovarian function, abnormal hormone secretion, busy work, stressful exams, etc. This will cause phenomenon of late menstruation. So it is best to get diagnosed by a doctor, which is safest.
2. Frequent nausea and vomiting
Almost many pregnant women often experience nausea and vomiting during first trimester, especially early in day. These symptoms vary from person to person. Some people have fairly mild symptoms, while others are very severe. If nausea and vomiting are not very severe, you need to see a doctor. Otherwise, these are normal phenomena in early pregnancy.
3. Breast changes
At beginning of pregnancy, with joint stimulation with estrogens and progesterone, breasts gradually increase, color of nipples and areolas deepens, dark brown nodules appear around nipples. After 12 weeks of pregnancy, there appears to be a slightly watery secretion of milk.
4. Frequent urination and urgency
In early pregnancy, growing uterus presses on bladder. The uterus came out of abdomen at 12th week of pregnancy and symptoms disappeared naturally. In third trimester of pregnancy, due to presence of fetus, bladder is compressed again, and frequent urination occurs again. Some expectant mothers excrete urine when they cough, blow their nose, or sneeze.
5. White increases
After pregnancy, as number of months of pregnancy increases, level of estrogen in body gradually increases. Estrogens stimulate secretion of mucus by glands of cervix and endometrium. The blood flow in genitals, vagina and cervix in pregnant women is strong, and water in tissues increases, so discharge also increases, and leucorrhoea intensifies.
The above are some of clinical manifestations of pregnancy. I hope I can help you. If you also have above symptoms, you may be pregnant. A pregnancy test stick or B-ultrasound can be used to confirm the diagnosis. Regular prenatal checkups to avoid fetal problems.