It is important to pay attention to any changes or symptoms during pregnancy, especially in the later stages. Fluid leakage can be a sign of your water breaking, which may indicate that labor is starting. However, it could also be normal discharge, as increased vaginal secretions are common during pregnancy. If you are unsure whether the fluid is amniotic fluid or discharge, there are a few things you can do to determine this. First, try emptying your bladder completely and then lie down for about 30 minutes. If you feel another gush of fluid after standing up, it is more likely to be amniotic fluid. Additionally, note the color and smell of the fluid - if it is clear and odorless, it is more likely to be amniotic fluid. On the other hand, if the fluid has a yellowish tinge or an unusual smell, it may be discharge or urine.
As for the stomach pain you mentioned, mild discomfort can be common during pregnancy due to stretching ligaments and muscles as your baby grows. However, if the pain becomes severe or persistent or is accompanied by other concerning symptoms such as bleeding or fever, it is important to contact your healthcare provider immediately.
In any case where you are uncertain about any symptoms or changes in your body during pregnancy, it is always best to consult with your doctor or midwife for proper evaluation and guidance. They will be able to assess your specific situation and provide appropriate advice based on their expertise and knowledge of your medical history.