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*Trouble*
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I feel silly even asking, but here goes:
I'm 2 1/2 months pregnant, and for the last week my vaginal discharge has smelled very strongly of onions. I read the article "honorably discharged", but what I'm experiencing doesn't seem to fit anything mentioned in the article. Is this something I should be concerned about? I will ask my obgyn at my next appointment, but that's 3 weeks away.
Thanks so much

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dailicious
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A strong discharge like this may be a sign of infection, even if it doesn't fit with any description in the article.

I'm sorry I can help you with what it may be, but I'd strongly suggest calling your obgyn's office NOW and see if they think you should come in sooner than your next appointment, in case it is something you need to take care of or be worried about.


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