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I'm assuming that you noticed this when providing a urine sample for your HCP? So it was in a specimen cup (ie, you are certain the floaties are coming from you, lol!)?
If so, has your HCP made any mention of it? Shown any concern about it? Requested any sort of testing because of it?
Anyway, what I'm getting at is, if your doc or midwife has seen it but shown no concern, then my personal guess would be that the floaties are cervical mucus or something. Since pregnant women tend to be "juicy" (that's what my midwife says, lol! ), my first inclination would be to say that the floaties are vaginal in origin.
Just a guess....of course I have no real clue, but it's a possibility.
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