My daughter (3 at end of the month) just accomplished potty training!!! Yesterday I noticed a tinge of something in her underware, thought o maybe she didn't wipe well enough at daycare or whatever. New underware today, same thing. Took a closer look, and it looks like whitish maybe a tiny hint of green vaginal discharge!!! All of my clinics are closed for the night and she doesn't seem bothered by it now, so I am not going to sit in the ER for hours waiting to be seen. Is this a common thing that happens when potty training is still new? Could it be a bladder infection, or maybe a yeast infection? I am not sure and any advice would help make me feel better about it until I can have her seen by her ped. ThanksView Thread
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