31 weeks pregnant mother

I m in my 30 week having white discharge and little wet . Is it matter of concern .. leaking ??

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Hi dear, Yes,it is common to have white discharges in and off in pregnancy.as the hormones keep fluctuating during pregnancy this kind of discharges are normal.make sure the discharge is not smelly and itchy as that could be a sign of yeast infections.keep the area clean and dry.if required use panty liners for hygiene. Älso refer the healofy app for daily updates on baby development and growth,as well as pregnancy care.it also gives you enormous info on post delivery baby care and diet.donot miss out!
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    Piyusha Sharma40 days ago

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