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Is leakage of watery liquid through uterus during pregnancy dangerous and what precautions should be taken ?

Leakage of water/ white drops from Uterus during 3 months pregnancy . Dr, My age is 23 years, My height is 5 feet 5 inches , my weight is 45 kg & Blood Group is A+ . After 2 n half years now, Im getting pregnant from last 10 weeks, but everyday leaking (water) 3 to 4 drops from my Cervix/uterus & vomiting. is that dangerous for me? kindly, suggest in this condition what can i do??
Asked On : Tue, 21 Jun 2011
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if your leakage is of water /urine consistancy then it is premeture prrterm rupture of membranes and it is dangerous,you have consult and examine by your gyne and also do an ultrasound scan .on the other hand if it is of cloudy milky/curdy then it is fungal infection ,very common in pregnancy and candid vaginal tab will clear your problem
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