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16 weeks pregnant. Tested for Down syndrome. Noticed white discharge in the urine. Suggestions?

I am 16 weeks an 4 days pregnant an I went to my obyn today an took a urine sample along with blood work to test for possibility of Down syndrome in my baby. I noticed a little white discharge floating in my urine but not alot. Later today I went to use the restroom and I noticed alot of the white discharge floating in the toilet but saw nothing when I whiped. I m concerned. Please help
Asked On : Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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The little whitish discharge floating on the urine could be related to a urinary infection or due to some normal vaginal secretions. If there is any burning during micturition, then you can get your urine examination done to detect the cause.
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Answered: Sat, 9 Feb 2013
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