OBSTETRICIAN LEONIE SAYS: Due to changing hormone levels in pregnancy, many women experience an increase of vaginal discharge. What you describe sounds like the normal, physiological discharge of pregnancy – odourless and very pale coloured.
Yeast infections – thrush – are also more common in pregnancy due to a change in the levels of acidity in the vagina – discharge is often ‘curd-like’ and accompanied by itchiness.
It’s not dangerous and treatment with a cream or pessary from a pharmacy or your doctor will help.
If discharge is very watery, bloodstained or has an offensive smell, see your GP or midwife.