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discharge ???

Im haveing white discharge due to a uti I'm 31 weeks but almost done with the pills to clear it but today I have got a little red in the discharge its slimy , sorry tmi but what could this be
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Probably a yeast infection. Do you feel itchy? Also is there any stinging when you pee? I've had about 6 UTIs through my whole pregnancy, and since you get antibiotics for it, the meds end up killing off the bad bacteria and the good one as well, so it throws off the balance in the vagina. If you are having the symptoms I mentioned then I would recommend the monistat 3 day ovule kit, take a shower or wash your vaginal area with scent free soap like the dove white bar, then put it in at night and go to sleep with it, and do the same thing for the next 3 days. If you have any questions then feel free to ask, I went through UTIs and yeast infections through my whole pregnancy that I am pretty familiar with the symptoms and how to relieve them. Hope you feel better soon!
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Yeast Infection Its Normal For Pregnant People To Get It Could have Got Because the pills your taking im 35 weeks had it 2 times threw my pregnancy tell your doctor to check on you B/C it could make your baby come early in cervix can open
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I haven't experience any pain or anything just the discharge and today had a little  red in it
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