A pregnancy lasts 9 months, or 40 weeks. The 9-month experience varies by woman. From the beginning of pregnancy, a woman may already experience many more pregnancy symptoms than another woman. Sometimes a woman may experience no symptoms at all in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. Another time, a woman experiences a lot of symptoms, which hinders her in her daily activities. Symptoms can range from pink discharge around week 4 of pregnancy, to severe nausea around week 8 of pregnancy.
Pregnancy Symptoms week 4 pink discharge
Examples of pregnancy symptoms can be nausea, fatigue, bleeding, abdominal pain, weight gain, hormone fluctuations, increased urination or headache. There are many more pregnancy symptoms, which not everyone has to experience in a pregnancy. A pregnancy symptom can appear at any time and disappear again. A pregnancy symptom that disappears does not necessarily mean that the pregnancy is not going well.
Week 4 pink discharge discharge
An example of a pregnancy symptom is pink discharge at week 4 of pregnancy. From the moment of a positive test, you can register at midwifery practice de Breedstraat. This is possible via the internet or by telephone. When registering, we will request and register personal information from you. For example, what is useful to know is what was the first day of your last period. This way we can calculate how far along you are pregnant. Whether or not you are registered with midwifery practice de Breedstraat, you are always welcome to call and ask questions about the symptoms you have. If one of these symptoms is pink discharge around week 4 of pregnancy, it could be harmless. About 40% of women experience bright red bleeding in addition to pink discharge in early pregnancy. In 50% of these cases this has to do with a healthy pregnancy, the other 50% of these cases will possibly lead to a miscarriage. Don’t be alarmed if you experience pink discharge around week 4 of pregnancy, so this could be consistent with a healthy early pregnancy.
From week 7 or 8 you can have an early ultrasound done at midwifery practice de Breedstraat. This is optional and therefore at your own expense. If you do not want to use this early ultrasound, the first ultrasound of the pregnancy is between weeks 10 and 12 of the pregnancy. If you experience pink discharge around week 4 of the pregnancy, you can always call to find out what this symptom could mean and we can schedule an early ultrasound with you if needed.
Discharge later in pregnancy
Later in the pregnancy, you may also experience white or brown discharge in addition to pink discharge. Sometimes after the pink discharge around week 4 of the pregnancy, some red or brown discharge follows. This may be a normal course and consistent with a healthy early pregnancy. The increase in white discharge in pregnancy is caused by the estrogen hormone.
If you would like to register with us, please use our handy and simple registration form, you can register here: Registration form.