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Vaginal Discharge When Pregnant

Abnormal vaginal discharge when pregnant should be treated to avoid infertility or urethritis. Future mothers are advised to pay a careful attention to changes in the flow and report any abnormal changes to a doctor. Do not worry if there is an increase in the secretions compared to the amount produced before the conception. If the flow is clear or milky and does not have odor, it is normal. Abnormal vaginal discharge when pregnant should be treated to avoid infertility or urethritis.

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Vaginal Discharge When Pregnant

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Infertility, Urethritis

Though some spotting is OK during the first trimester of the pregnancy, it is wise to consult a doctor on bleedings even if they stopped as it may indicate a serious problem. Excessive bloody flows are peculiar for a natural abortion or an ectopic pregnancy especially if there occurs cramping. Abnormal vaginal discharge when pregnant should be treated to avoid infertility or urethritis.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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