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Pregnant, green thick discharge on panty liner after holding urine for long. What could that be?

Hi, I m 37 weeks pregnant on Tuesday. I held my urine in so long, later on my pantyliner I see green thick discharge . I held it in yesterda and today and both time saw the green thick discharge. What can that be? Also my midwife saw me on the 27th august and said she found bit blood in my urine so she sent that off for an examination. What could this be?
Asked On : Thu, 6 Sep 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
in case of urinary tract infection can little bit of blood can be seen in urine,
but now the important thing is ruling out leaking of meconium stained liquor,
in case of stressful conditions baby releases meconium, when leaking of liquor is there it can come out, urinary infection can cause premature uterine action, as all these things are interrelated, better you consult your doctor as early as possible to rule out premature rupture of membranes with leak of meconium stained liquor as that can affect the well being of the baby.
take care.
Answered: Thu, 6 Sep 2012
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