24 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi i have urine infection bacteriuria.. tablet taken . Bt white discharge with itching continues.. wat to do?

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Answer: hi dear! then you must be having vaginal infection too. you will have to use clingen vaginal pessery you will have to consult about this with your doctor dear. also dont worry it will be solved dear . take care dear!
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