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A 27-year-old female asked:

lmp 10/26/12 started light pink discharge (only for 1day) 1/9/13 ttc but all neg hpt's? last hpt was 1week ago? what's going on?

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Dr. A. Jay Staub
Obstetrics and Gynecology 42 years experience
Not ovulating: You are probably not ovulating regularly and may need fertility medication to help you get pregnant. See your gyn for a complete evaluation and then you can discuss treatment options.

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Should I be concerned about dark brown vaginal discharge in the first trimester?

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Yes: Dark brownish vaginal discharge in 1 trimester is usually related to the implantation of the baby's placenta into the wall of the uterus. As long as the HCG and Progesterone levels are ok, and you have a normal sonogram i wouldn't be concerned.
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How can I manage vaginal discharge while i'm pregnant?

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Get tested : Yeast infections & bacterial vaginosis are nonsexually transmitted vaginal infections which are common in pregnancy. If you are having vaginal discharge you should should be tested for gonorrhea, chlamydia & trichomoniasis. Some women will have excess vaginal discharge without having an infection from the hormonal changes of pregnancy. Many also leak small amounts of urine during pregnancy.
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What are the causes of pink eye?

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Several: Possible causes of pink eye (conjunctivitis) include bacterial or viral infection, allergic reaction, rosacea, dry eye, and autoimmune disease.
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How does the doctor diagnose pink eye?

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Dr. Danny Proffitt
Family Medicine 43 years experience
Several ways: Usually this is a clinical diagnosis it is based on the history given, the symptoms, the examination of the eye(s) the type of discharge, and other historical and exam findings. There are some rapid tests to determine if the infection is viral or bacterial. One can also do a smear of the discharge and stain it and determine the type by looking at the slide. Culture can be taken too!
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A 34-year-old member asked:

Is it dangerous to have pink eye ?

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Dr. Richard Bensinger
Ophthalmology 52 years experience
Pink eye: The usual form of pink eye termed conjunctivitis, is a viral illness with a discrete lifespan of 3-10 days. There is little danger as the body is effective at ridding itself of this pest. The major danger is "social" as you are at risk of spreading this to your friends and colleagues who will not appreciate that at all.

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