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Hi all,

i have a question?

for gods knows how long now I've been getting a discharge, a week or too before I'm due for a period, it's sometime clear or a very light cream In colour?

however it doesn't smell make me itch 

im just a little concerned if this is normal? If I cough sneeze or pass wind I get some discharge ? Is this normal I'm 22 months in peri and noticed this happening a lot more through my last period.....

my last period I was 2weeks late and I'm going to be coming back on again as I have gotten my body signs thatbim duE very soon which will be a week EARLY!!!.

im on the Mirena coil and I do bleed not heavy though and I've always bled any ideas help ladies thanks.

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    Hi Shelley yep I'm exactly the same! I have a more a coil and bleed a little still sometimes and I get the same instances of discharge as you. I've had swab tests and all is well so I believe it's quite normal. Maybe have some swabs for peace of mind then you'll know all is definitely ok.

    Peri is so tricky to manage but at least we have this great forum to support us and keep us sane eh? 😀

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      Hi Louise.

      i thought so.

      my coil is due to come out this December, 

      And unsure yet at what to do? Have another or not?

      the discharge isn't smelly nor itchy, only get it a week or two before my period but I'm noticing more just lately!!!!!

      thanks for sharing.....

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    As far as I know, it is normal to have a discharge. It changes with the cycle, and before the period is whitish and thicker. Before that, it is clearer and egg white like (before cooking!!).
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    Same here.  I'm not on birth control since I have had a tubal ligation (years ago), but since perimenopause, I have noticed a lot of discharge. It's clear and odorless, so I don't worry much.  Seems like I'm either in continuos ovulation mode or on my period (always heavy). 

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