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  • "fkelanne" started this thread

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Reg: Apr 19th 2006

Location: co durham

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Thursday, December 7th 2006, 9:48am


is it nomal to have a yellowy discarge? im 27 week preg and havent been feeling well aswell, last night i was up most of the night been sick and feeling very hot.
thanks fkelanne

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Reg: Oct 4th 2005

Location: Scotland

Children: Max born March 07 - thanks to frozen embryo transfer, our little miracle

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Thursday, December 7th 2006, 10:10am


Hope you are feeling better. I am a week behind you and although I have had more discharge which is totally normal at our stage Im not sure its been yellow. I am sure its perfectly fine but I would give your midwife a ring if you have been that poorly during the night hun. Let us know how you get on - am sure you will be just fine.


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  • "IRISH" is no longer a member of FZ

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Thursday, December 7th 2006, 10:10am

that doesnt sound right at all....go to your dr/gp/hospital could be an infection or waters leaking or anything....please go today..x

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Reg: Oct 3rd 2005

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Thursday, December 7th 2006, 11:30am

It sounds like you've caught a nasty bug or maybe an infection - ring your midwife and see what she says, she won't mind. Hope you are better soon x
Me 32, hypothyroid,
I have 2 beautiful boys 8 & 6, and one beautiful girl
1st ICSI - 15 eggs - Oct 05 - BFN
2nd ICSI - 22 eggs - egg sharer -Feb 2006 - BFN
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