28 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I have back pain and white discharge .baby in upper position its any problem

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Answer: Hi. No problem. Back pain and white discharge both are normal. Occurrence of white discharge is normal if it does not have a foul smell or it's not yellowish or green in color. It's a signal of ovulation in women. But if it's accompanied ,like I said, a foul odours or color change it indicates towards UTI infection. Infection in the organs of the pelvic region like uterus. .cervix. can also be reason for white discharge and low back pain. Consult your doctor for a better understanding.
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