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Trying to conceive, delayed periods, creamy white discharge, swollen vagina, back pains. Meaning ?

I have had chylmidea before but that was last year and it was all taken care of. But my boyfriend and I have been trying to concieve for a few months now , my period is 6 going on 7 days late I have a creamy white discharge and My vagina is really swollen he says and its really tight like more than usual. I have back pains. I got like a cold all of a sudden I did get sick but that was last week and I Haven t been sick since then. he said that the thing like a ball shape inside my vagina was sticking out it s never done that before not that ive noticed nor has he. what could this mean
Asked On : Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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Creamy white discharge indicates infection,would advice you to consult your gynae and get a check up done to rule out infection,and also ball like thing which you say would be clear.
Regarding trying to concieve,infection itself can be a hindersnce to being pregnant,so would advice you to treat the infection first,and then consut your gynae for further advice on this. Till then you can start weigh folic acid tablets,which might be of help.
Take care.
Answered: Fri, 8 Feb 2013
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