Discharge is the vagina’s way of cleaning itself - discharge carries away dead cells and bacteria. The increase in your discharge is probably due to the hormonal changes in your body, since you are going through puberty and your body doesn’t really know what to do with all those hormones. It is actually quite common for people to have a lot of watery discharge - it’s also a sign of a good hydration and bacterial balance. It is also normal to have more discharge after working out. Heavy discharge can also be a sign of stress and anxiety.
Here are some tips about controlling vaginal discharge:
- Wash regulary with warm water. If you feel that it is necessary to use a soap, use a gentle soap with natural ingredients and without and parfumes.
- Avoid baths and scented products like creams and sprays.
- Always wipe from front to the back after going to the bathroom - even after peeing or if you’re just wiping the discharge away.
- Wear 100 % cotton underwear and avoid very tight clothing (like skinny jeans).
- Change your underwear, if necessary, to keep the bacteria away and reduce the discomfort.
- Sleep naked, or wear cotton pants without underwear to allow your vulva to ”air out”.
- I usually don’t recommend using panty liners, but in your case I would say that they might help you. Make sure you change them a few times a day or as often as you can.
Hope I helped.
First of all, it is completely normal that you don’t have a bump yet. Your womb has to grow out of the pelvis to start showing, and at six weeks it’s as big as a chicken egg. By 12th week of pregnancy it will be the size of a grapefruit and it will slowly start growing out of your pelvis. But hey - we’re different shapes and sizes and so are our pelvises and wombs. Different people start ”showing” at different times. So don’t worry, that is yet to come.
Pregnancy symptoms are different for everyone too. Some experience nausea, some don’t, some have to pee every half an hour, some don’t. The most common (but not everyone has them!) symptoms of pregnancy around 6th week are feeling tired, sore breasts and having to pee a lot. Nausea, or morning sickness, is also possible. So everything should be okay, as long as you’re feeling fine.
If you, however, start bleeding or experience strong pain in your stomach, visit your doctor immediatey.
Hope I helped. I wish you a happy pregnancy!