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Should I worry if I have a white discharge during my pregnancy ?

I am 3 months pregnant lady. during 2 month some pale brown discharge came.i consult my doctor and she gave progesterone and folic acid tablet. so that now that brown color discharge is not there.but white discharge is am very much anxiety about my child.will that fetus is growing or not.please help me to get out from these worries
Asked On : Wed, 25 Apr 2012
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First, the original discharge sounds like it was nothing - assuming there was no odor, itching, or burning. Sometimes, if there is a small amount of bleeding in the early pregnancy (which is normal) then it can make its way out as a brownish discharge.

The white discharge sounds normal as well. There is an increased discharge with pregnancy. If it becomes symptomatice - itching, burning, or odor - then contact your doctor for treatment.

With regard to the fetus, it is totally protected from what is going on in the vagina!

I hope this helps!
Answered: Wed, 25 Apr 2012
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