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Pregnant, greenish discharge, itching, swelling. Low iron, tsh. Recommendations?

Hello, I'm 31 weeks pregnant and have been noticing frequent now greenish discharge. It began whitish,then changed to yellowish to now greenish. Occasional itching& now irritation in the vaginal area is now present,as well as,discomfort& tightening of my stomach area,along with swelling&an occasional pushing down feeling in the vaginal area. Recent bloodwork revealed low iron& tsh,not sure if that is relevant to these symptoms or not but any opinion concerning this matter will be very helpful as to my next dr visit is an entire week away.
Asked On : Wed, 17 Apr 2013
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Discharge whatever the colour, itching and irritation pour into the diagnosis of moniliasis which is common with pregnancy.
Low iron, means you need some iron support either by food rich in iron or by medications of iron supplements.
Discomfort and heaviness is common with pregnancy, as well as swelling of the legs. Normal blood pressure is all our concern.
Answered: Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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