I wouldnt think anything of it unless a fever or swelling develops.
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I agree w/ MCat that that was a whole lot of testing on some discharge that happened once. Wow.
As a mother of three, w/ the oldest being 11.5, I've realized that I don't have to worry about things until they come w/ other things or they happen for sustained periods of time or keep coming back. So, if someone has discharge once w/ nothing else going on, I watch it & wait to see. If it happens again and/or there are other issues (fussiness, vomitting, trouble sleeping, trouble nursing, etc.) then I need to look into things further. As a new mom, it's hard to know what to do & when upset & lots of stuff is warranted.
I don't know if you feel comfortable w/ the drs you're seeing, but there are places on the internet where you can find intact friendly ped/family doc names. If you go to the tribal area here, you can post asking. I believe it's The WHOLE Network that has a list too.
Best wishes, Mama.
Is it "brick dust" (uric acid crystals)? I believe it could be a sign of dehydration.
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