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Orange discharge with odour, nausea. Taking birth control. Early sign of pregnancy?

i just went to the bath room and i had orange discharge , it has an odor not to bad, the past few days i have been feeling nauseous.. I have been on birth control for 3 months. i have and had only one partner… what could this be? is this an early sign of pregnancy… or yeast . nothing really says anything about orange discarge.
Asked On : Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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An orange discharge is not usually suggestive of any kind of vaginal infection. As long as it does not have an odor and there is no itchiness down below, I would not get too concerned.
It may be a slight blood stained discharge, which is common just before periods and is nothing to worry about.
Nausea again is common in some women just prior to periods. If you go overdue by a few days, please do a pregnancy test. At the moment there is nothing to be concerned about.
Take care.
Answered: Mon, 3 Dec 2012
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