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Question: I had c section and my baby is 3 month 15 days old , i m having thick white discharge, pls advise

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Answer: I do not worry having thick white discharge during any time is considered to be normal unless the discharge is yellowish green in colour or it has bad smell it indicates infection therefore to avoid infection you should try home remedies and its remedies which will help you you should keep that area completely dry you should always bye. From front to back position you should wash and frequently in a day you can also use vaginal wash you should wear only cotton UG all this will help you
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