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Question: Having white discharge.. Is this normal now??
Answer: Hello dear. Almost all women have less or more vaginal discharge in pregnancy. This is quite normal and happens for a few reasons. During pregnancy the cervix and the vaginal walls get softer and discharge increases to help prevent any infections.
This discharge is made up of secretions from the cervix and vagina, old cells, and normal vaginal bacteria.
You may have had some white discharge before you got pregnant.
There's just a lot more of it now because your body is producing more estrogen, and more blood is flowing to the area around your vagina.
Normal vaginal discharge during pregnancy is called Leukorrhea and is thin, white, milky, and mild smelling. It is normal and nothing for you to worry about. Towards the end of pregnancy, the amount of discharge increases.
Consult with your gynaecologist if you're leaking clear and watery fluid or your discharge has become thick and gelatinous or if you have an odorless, whitish discharge that's causing pain, soreness, itching, or burning.
If the vaginal discharge is green or yellowish, strong smelling, and/or accompanied by redness or itching, you may have a vaginal infection. You should notify your gynaecologist any time if there is a change in normal pregnancy discharge. Never try to treat yourself.
Question: Anybody having frequent periods after c section like 15 days. I am having . Is this normal
Answer: Yes it's normal.. Don't worry ...i to hd a c section i hd 45 days periods
Question: Hi .Am having headache suddenly is this a problem
Answer: If your headache was brought on by a trigger, try to find techniques that can help to prevent them. Depending on the trigger, you may find some of the following helpful:
Make time to rest, and try to stay relaxed. At work, find somewhere to put your feet up and relax during your lunch break. Once you’re home, try to cut down on chores. Relaxation techniques such as yoga ormeditation may also help.Try to have a regular sleep pattern. Getting too little sleep, or even half an hour more sleep than usual, can trigger migraines or headaches. If you’re suffering from insomnia, try a natural remedy.If your headaches are related to muscle tension or posture, you could see a physiotherapist. A physiotherapist can massage and move parts of your body to relieve pressure, and show you exercises to do at home.Eat little and often to keep low blood sugar levels up, and don’t skip meals.Exercise regularly, but don’t push yourself. Keeping fitmay reduce how often and how severely you have headaches. Exercise helps to balance your blood sugar levels and improves your breathing. It also triggers your body to release feel-good chemicals, called endorphins.Try acupuncture. It's a treatment that's considered safe and may help your headaches.