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32 weeks pregnant, yellow discharge. Anything to worry?

My wife is 32 weeks pregnant and yesterday she started getting yellow discharge and we are worried. Is there anything to worry?

Please suggest the best course of action. Your quick response in this regard will be highly appreciated.

Thank You.

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Asked On : Thu, 2 May 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Thanks for your query.
If your wife is having JUST plain yellow discharge, there is no emergency.
During pregnancy, some amount of discharge is perfectly normal.
If the discharge is accompanied by pain, cramps, feeling of pressure or dragging in the lower abdomen, or tightening of the uterus, then you need to be worried about the possibility of preterm labour.
Also, if there is bad odour, vaginal itching , pain etc, then the discharge could indicate a pelvic infection, which can again lead to preterm labour.
In absence of any other complaints, you can wait till your next visit to the obstetrician when you could have a check up for the discharge.
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Answered: Thu, 2 May 2013
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