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Do we have white discharge before pregnancy confirmation? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 14-Mar-2013
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User:Hi doc,
User:I hav a question reg white discharge from vaginal
Doctor:sure, please proceed
User:I am trying for pregnancy and i am under treatment for it
Doctor:may i know what diagnosis, has been given by your treating doctors ?
User:my question s do v hav white discharge before pregnancy confirmation.
User:is that a symptom of pregnancy
User:not exactly white discharge.its somewat watery liquid comes from vagina
Doctor:white discharge is not a symptom, it can be due natural vaginal lubrication, fungal infection, etc
Doctor:diagnosis of pregnancy is when u have missed your period, and the urine pregnancy test is positiv
Doctor:** positive
User:k thanks
User:my periods has to cm by 28th. not yet cm. how many days do i have wait to check
Doctor:since it has been 3 days, after u have missed ur period , you can test it now
User:thanks a lot
Doctor:in case it is negative, and u still dont get your period, you can repeat the test after 1 week, after the missed period
Doctor:that will be confirmatory
User:k fine thank u
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