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Pregnancy, shooting pain in vagina - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   i am 33 weeks pregnant and having sharp shooting pains in my vagina
Doctor :  
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Is there assiciated discharge
User :   sometime
Doctor :   In case there is persistant discharge
Doctor :   Then will require medical attention
Doctor :   The pain is probably due to the expanding size of uterus or Urinary tract infection
User :   ok how will i no if its contractions?
Doctor :   There will periodic contractions moving from upper part of uterus to lower end
User :   i have b strep could it star of my labour early
Doctor :   In that case will have sudden release of water
User :   ok i also constantly on the toilet during the night to
Doctor :   That is common during last stages of pregnancy
User :   ok thank u
Doctor :   bye for now
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