35 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi.... this my 8th months of pregnancy... white discharge is more ... that colour in little yellowish or greenish...i m getting this problem offence... my doctor told it's urine infection...in 8th months this is 4th time ...may i know the particular reason...i m really too much worry...

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Answer: Urine infection is common during pregnancy Please drink more water at least 3 liters everyday Wash your vagina with plain water or vwash after using toilet and keep that area clean..don't keep it wet..use towel or tissue and wipe after washing.. Avoid using public toilets.. Ask your doctor fo any medicine like candidv6 capsules that can be inserted into vagina for infections
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