6 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi i am 6 weeks pregnant, is wetness near my vagina along with white creamy discharge common during this time?

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Answer: Vaginal discharge during pregnancy is common if you have any itchiness and redness and irritation then you should contact your gynecologist for medication.
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    Poojitha Dakinedi935 days ago

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