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    Pregnant, with yeast infection...
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    An_251823 posted:
    Im 7 months pregnant and I was wondering how come my urine is dark color, doctor says suppose to be clear but its not. N now I have a yeast infection and its bout to kill me I feel like. I really never had yeast infection before. This is terrible..Any advice.???
     
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Dark urine usually means you aren't drinking enough water. Try increasing your water intake and see if that helps.

    Yeast infections can be treated. See your doctor.
     
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    saracee responded:
    First off, I'm sorry you're in pain! Second, yeah, definitely be sure to drink plenty of fluids! If you have any more doubts or want more tips, I would ask here (quick responses from docs): http://bit.ly/ZLIX2U


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