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Question: I have white discharge.is it normal

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Answer: Hello dear. White discharge during pregnancy is due to the harmonal changes in the body which is quiet common. Here are a few tips that might help you to reduce white discharge : Maintain Cleanliness. Avoid Fried & Spicy Foods. Eat fresh foods. Wear cotton underwear. Wear Loose & Comfortable Clothes. Drink Enough Water. Consume yogurt. Hope this information was helpful.
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