34 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I'm getting white discharge in every urinating in last few days! Is it nrml.. I'm so scared.. is that lead to pre birth Baby?

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Answer: white discharge is normal dear no need to worry.
Answer: don't worry it's normal
Answer: don't worry it's normal
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