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Question: Hi doctor,im 9 months pregnant and i saw a little brown discharge from last two days and i dont see it today.is it normal ?

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Answer: Hi, its normal during pregnancy to see vaginal discharge since you are in 9th month make sure you are not having excess vaginal discharge water break continuous contractions loose motion kind of symptoms as it may be labor symptoms. Please meet your gynecologist immediately if you have any of the symptoms above. Hope this helps.
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    Gvnss Kavya604 days ago

    Thankyou so much

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