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Pregnant, foggy urine, faint smell. Should I go to the doctor?

I am 20 wks pregnant. Finding my first urination of the day is foggy. It goes away but I have noticed white particle like floaties and through out the day milky discharge . I though it could be bacterial infection but there is no fishy scent to it. Only time I have have a small faint scent is when I wash myself in the shower. Then I don t smell it again. Should I go to my ob doctor? Everytime I go I hear nothing about it in my urine culture exams
Asked On : Mon, 15 Oct 2012
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It is good that you are so cautious about yourself. If you did not have your urine tested in the past fortnight, then you better get it tested, and also report the matter to your gynecologist as vaginosis could also cause similar occurrence sometimes. Pregnancy is characterized by increased vaginal discharge, but observation of thick discharge is unusual. Try to keep your body parts clean by washing with lukewarm water every time you use the restroom. I advice you to go to your obstetrician for further suggestions and examination. Take care.
Answered: Tue, 16 Oct 2012
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