clear vaginal discharge kinda like snot 5 weeks post pregnancy?

I had a scheduled csetion 5 weeks ago and now i am having this clear discharge that kinda looks like snot. I know this is disgusting but its long and stringy like that. This was my first pregnancy so is this normal?


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3 Responses to clear vaginal discharge kinda like snot 5 weeks post pregnancy?

  1. Claire says:

    if it is clear and elastic-like then yes. absolutely

  2. GuardiAngel says:

    It depends on if you have stopped bleeding yet. I had a c section last year and I had the same kind of thing about a week after I stopped bleeding. I guess it's kinda like that nasty discharge you get on the last day of your period.

    If you are really worried about it, I would mention it to the doctor at your six week check up. As long as it don't smell really bad I don't really think it's anything to worry about.

  3. Betsy says:

    You may be just ovulating again already. Your periods can return as little as 6 weeks after birth. This means that you may ovulate as little as 4 weeks after.

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