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What is the cause for excessive white discharge? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 12-Jan-2014
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Very Good Posted in: Women's Health
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Practicing since : 2002
Answered : 106 Questions
User:u der
Doctor:please tell me
User:m realy sry to trouble u so much
User:its jst m vsery tensed
Doctor:did you get your periods?
User:does it has somethn to do wit the white discharge
User:cos dat is excess
Doctor:white discharge is not related to periods
User:any othr symptoms
Doctor:of what?
User:i hv nvr evr missed out my periods
User:not evn by a single day
Doctor:I understand
Doctor:your last period was 23 november right?
Doctor:do you get your periods every 30 days?
User:b4 the month is ovr
User:i get
User:i mean in evry 28th day
User:i ll get
Doctor:if you are not able to wait until 31 December, you can do a urine pregnancy test tomorrow morning itself
User:how to do that
User:like i hv to buy dat
User:frm chemist shpop
User:or how is it
Doctor:buy velocit kit or any pregnancy testing kit from pharmacy
Doctor:collect early morning urine sample
Doctor:put 3 drops in the test and wait for 3 mins
Doctor:then read the test
Doctor:clear instructions will be written on the test
Doctor:you can do the test tomorrow early morning sample
User:aftr dat
Doctor:wish you good luck
Doctor:it can say whether you are pregnant or not
User:r dis the signs of pregnancy
User:of not gettn periods
Doctor:conclusion can be drawn based on the test report
User:evn if it is one wek delay
Doctor:pregnancy is the common cause to not have periods
Doctor:it can also be due to stress, cystic ovaries
Doctor:thyroid problem
Doctor:all right
Doctor:do you have more queries?
Doctor:take care
Doctor:you can come back on chat anytime for further assisstance
Doctor:may be tomorrow after the test is done
Doctor:take care
Doctor:Bye for now
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