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Question: Aj mere pet me Bahut dard ho rahi hai Aur white discharge bhi ho raha hai swelling bhi hai hath pairo me

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Answer: Hi dear, if discharge is creamy white dan it's ok but if the vaginal discharge is green or yellowish, strong smelling, and/or accompanied by redness or itching, you may have a vaginal infection. Some tips to ease: 1 Elevate your feet when resting, if possible. 2 Use a heating pad or gentle massage on the back of your thigh . 3 soak your legs in hot water. 4 Avoid standing for long hours . 5 Try taking a hot shower or bath 6 start low impact exercises like walk. 7reduce salt intake
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