28 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Is it normal to have vaginal discharge from 26 weeks onwards??? How will you identify fluid leakage??

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Answer: If discharge is creamy white dan it's ok but if the vaginal discharge is green or yellowish, strong smelling, and/or accompanied by redness or itching, you may have a vaginal infection. One of the most common vaginal infections during pregnancy is candidiasis, also known as a yeast infection.
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