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Excessive white discharge
I am having excessive watery thin white discharge from past 4 days. I usually have a slightly more white discharge 2weeks after my periods but this time it's more. It's 2 weeks since my last period ( which was normal). The discharge is not foul smelling. I don't have any itching or pain. But I'm highly irritable and having leg cramps since 1 week. Is it normal?
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It's a normal thing mostly as you might be due for ovulation.. Process of release of follicle... So discharge will be thin and watery for 2-4 days
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Hello There, Probable causes of excessive discharge may be:- 1) Local Infection 2) Hyper sensitivity OR Excitement 3) Aggravated Vat Dosha 4) Anxiety - Stress Do following tests for proper diagnosis:- a) Digital USG Whole Abdomen and pelvis b) Urine R and M C) CBC ESR According to Diagnosis treatment is to be planned. Consult Privately online-Telephone-Video or visit personally for proper management. NAP Therapy Medicines treatment is ultimate solution for your problem. NAP Therapy Medicines treatment treats Disease along with its root causes simultaneously and successfully.
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Hello, I think you should test your discharge material and an antibiotic course will be required. Thanx.
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