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Browny yellowy discharge in 4yo's pants.

(6 Posts)
SexLubeAndAFishSlice Tue 07-Jun-16 08:25:25

Any ideas what it could be? A UTI or something? I only spotted it this morning and DD says it happens a lot.

VioletBam Tue 07-Jun-16 13:02:36

GP.

She might have "lost" some small object up there or simply have an infection.

BlueDove Tue 07-Jun-16 13:18:57

Yes, go to the GP...

SexLubeAndAFishSlice Tue 07-Jun-16 13:33:17

I've booked her an appointment this morning for tomorrow afternoon anyway, just hope it's nothing serious! It wouldn't surprise me if she has 'lost' something up there, she fiddles a lot. And she has been playing with Lego a lot recently...

BlueDove Tue 07-Jun-16 13:37:42

I wish our appointments were that quick sad

SexLubeAndAFishSlice Tue 07-Jun-16 14:35:17

They're usually not, it's normally around 3 weeks that you have to wait. Although to be fair we are seeing a nurse, you can get in much quicker with the nurses.

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