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    An_251301 posted:
    I am in the end stages of a primary breakout. Doctor proscribed Veltrax for 10 days...three days into the Veltrax is strated having a milky discharge. Is this normal? The Veltrax is working wonders and I am improving each day but the discharge is concerning.
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    Anon_2000 responded:
    This is not normal and it seems like you may have some other intection going on which is quite common for the first ob. Be seen by someone and have this swabbed/cultured and typed to find out what is going on down yondder.
     
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    disbelief replied to Anon_2000's response:
    Thank You


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