7 weeks pregnant mother

Question: White discharge ho rha hai..bt bhot kam hai..is it fine?

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Answer: Hello dear.. White discharge is normal,it happen due to blood flow around vagina,follow these remedies it might be helpful for you... Avoid oil and spicy foods Drink more water Add yogurt in your diet Wear loose and comfortable clothes Include banana,figs in your diet If your discharge is mild yellow or green,please consult doctor
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