40 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I had a lil vag infection which included discharge.... Now i am in 35th week...how so i differentiate between water break and discharge due to vag infection.?

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Answer: Doc must have given you medication for the infection. Consult with your gyneac for that. You can use sanitary napkins or liners to keep the area clean nd dry. If within 45 mins or 1 hr the sanitary napkin gets wet then symptoms of water breakage. Or another symptom is ur belly will become very tight no fluffyness ll be there. And in most of the cases after water breakage (as per doctors advice) within some hour labour pain starts. So don't get panicked I think your labour timing is not knocking the door now.
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