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    Mucus Plug Or Infection?! Help!
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    An_250961 posted:
    So i am 36 weeks and 4 days pregnant and i have had this yellow thick odor discharge for weeks now, i had a yeast infection and i took medication for it and it helped but im thinking i might have it again but im not to sure. it often itches (tmi sorry). My abdomin has on occasion hurt a little if that has anything to do with it?
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Sounds like an infection due to the odor and itching. I'd see your doctor.


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