Not necessarily. But it could be. There is no real way to tell if you are pregnant unless you take a test or are having your period.
EVEN IF YOU ARE STILL OVULATING SPERM CAN LAST QUITE A FEW DAYS IN YOUR BODY SO IT STAYS IN THE FALLOPIAN TUBES UNTIL THE EGG IS READY TO BE FERTILIZED, THERE IS STILL A CHANCE YOU MAY GET PREGNANT. IF YOU ARE UNSURE YOU CAN ALWAYS TAKE A HPT THE FIRST DAY OF YOUR MISSED PERIOD
If you have a whitish discharge you need to go to the doctor.
Leucorrhoea Whitish discharge
Some vaginal discharge is normal. It is usually clear and maybe a little whitish. You may notice a bit more when you are ovulating. hope this helps! JM
Usually whitish or milky, off-white color.
whitish vaginal discharge.
Leukorrhea is a medical terminology meaning a thick, whitish vaginal discharge necessary to maintain the vaginal chemical balance.
I don't think it means anything, Usually a whitish or clear discharge means that you are going through ovulation. Remember you can get pregnant before or right after ovulation. I believe you can have whitish (sometimes lotiony) discharge for a day or two a few days after ovulation because of estrogen surges. I just bought the book "Taking Charge of Your Fertility" by Toni Weschler---it's got a great explanation of what happens during your cycle and how to predict your fertility, whether you're trying to conceive or want to guard against getting pregnant. It could mean that your vagina is cleansing right before your next period is due. I experienced the same thing a day after sex, and then i had a regular period. It could also mean that you're not ovulating. Ovulating is when the mucus is clear, slippery and very stretchable. It is called spinbarkeit. It is cervical mucus that is most welcoming to sperm while you are ovulating, helping you become pregnant. Early in pregnancy, you'll probably experience a thin, milky white discharge. Called "leucorrhoea," this substance will increase during pregnancy and is completely normal. The clear discharge is a sign ovulation is near within the next day or two, a white discharge is a sign ovulation has passed. Don't get yourself stressed from the other answer above, discharge is NOT a sign of not ovulating and is not cleaning out you vagina for your next period. That is why we have periods is to clean everything out.
You are supposed to have discharge every day.
Infection (if it's greenish or brownish) or near Menopause (whitish)
Some of the symptoms related to the medical condition called Azoospermia are the inability to get your partner pregnant and clear watery or whitish discharge of the male organ.
yea that ur period is coming soon.
a medical term that denotes a thick, whitish or yellowish vaginal discharge
I haven't heard of this happening before during a mans bowel movement. The whitish discharge sounds like you may have a infection present in your penis. See your doctor for a examination.
A heavier whitish thin mucousy discharge can be expected during pregnancy. If you have any odor or itching or alarming color such as brown, red (bleeding), or green get to your doctor ASAP for a checkup it can be an infection, or STD, that can potentially harm your baby!!!
The whitish discharge from the piercing is lymphatic matter and will do not harm it's the normal discharge a piercing will create as it's healing.
You would experience discharge, a whitish-yellow liquid.
i hope so - in the same position
Pantiliners are used for absorbing the whitish vaginal discharge, a small amount of urine leaks, and a period.
Bird droppings are whitish in color; the chicken is just relieving itself.
No, but they do get discharge (a whitish goo: try not to touch it)
Tender breasts can be have several causes, most notably pregnancy and fibrocystic disease. If you are not pregnant, it is probably the latter.Fibrocystic disease can also cause a greenish discharge from the nipple, and it often gets worse just before your period.Whitish yellow vaginal discharge can be physiologic (normal), or can be caused by vaginitis (vaginal infection, in which case you might have itching, burning, or a foul odor). Vaginal discharge can increase prior to menses, or during pregnancy.If you are concerned about these changes, you should see your gynecologist.
yes, as long as it is a clear to off whitish color. if it isnt, you might want to get this checked out, this could be serious.
this sounds like a yeast infection and should be treated by a doctor
The discharge gets thicker and changes to that color when you ovulate. It differs through your cycle.