It's a bit too early for a thick creamy discharge during pregnancy. Its possible you may be experiencing left over ovulation discharge, have a yeast infection or are ovulating twice instead of once. Some women do ovulate twice for a unknown reason. But if you think your pregnant, wait until your period is due then do a test.
You can become pregnant for 2-3 days either side of ovulation. http://www.fwhc.org/birth-control/fam.htm
Yes you can.
Nausea is a symptom of pregnancy. And if you missed your ovulation then yes, it is possible.
there is a possibility of pregnancy anytime you have sex. you can get pregnant before during or after ovulation. ovulation just increases your chances. and yes it is possible to get pregnant on your period.
It is unlikely
coul be possible to to be a 1st week pregnant even you experienced a yellowish brown discharge?
Does it mean you are pregnate if u have dark discharge one week after your menstrul sycle
Throughout your menstrual cycle hormonal changes will change your discharge. Around a week leading up to ovulation (ovulation occurs two weeks before your period) you will get fertile quality cervical mucus which is a stretchy gooey discharge like egg-whites. After ovulation your discharge can get heavier, thicker, and more lotion-like which may make you feel more 'moist'.
No it doesn't. During pregnancy a woman has a increase in vaginal discharge, not a absence in it. ++++ Well, yes, it could be. After my period, around my ovulation time, I had very little discharge (if anything). I believe it was because the egg took and became fertilized. I am now 1 week pregnant, and still have very little discharge. Everyone is different.
The egg is only available during ovulation so yes. The sperm however can survive almost a week inside a woman's body so a week before ovulation you also need protection.
This means that this is the week you want to try to get pregnant, so you and your partner will be trying to make a baby.
The white discharge could be a infection.
They say 6 to 10 days after ovulation you can have implantation bleeding. But doesn't always mean pregnancy.
Sperm can survive (under ideal conditions) for several days and even up to a week. So a week before ovulation is still within the pregnancy window.
Its unlikely your pregnant but there is a possibility. So do a pregnancy test.
No - you probably are not pregnant. If you had your period then you are not pregnant. There are many other things to cause discharge and nausea. Clear discharge from the Vagina is very normal & isn't a pregnancy symptoms. Every day your Vagina will release discharge but sometimes you may notice more discharge than before after or prior to your period or around ovulation time. If you're feeling sick & suspect pregnancy, then see your doctor for a quantitative beta hcg pregnancy blood test.
no. opks are ovulation prediction kits. they detect when you ovulate. to find if youre pregnant, you have to take a pregnancy test
if you are having unprotected sex, your chances of becoming pregnant are 100%, do not count on a 'safe time" or ovulation dates.
When vaginal discharge becomes thin and stretchy this is also called "egg white cervical mucus" it appears when a woman is most fertile , during ovulation week , this type of cervical discharge aids sperm to swim faster and survive longer in the reproductive system , to produce pregnancy , the stretchy vaginal discharge may come right before or during ovulation , and may last a few days after ovulation .
Well, implantation spotting usually occurs a week after ovulation or a week before your period. Considering it
THIS MEANS THAT THE OVARIES HAVE RELEASED AN EGG...OVULATION IS THE ONLY TIME OF THE MONTH FOR A WOMAN TO GET PREGNANT AND IF YOU HAVE SEX AROUND THAT TIME YOU CAN GET PREGNANT...SO WAIT ABOUT 2 TO 3 WEEKS AND THEN TAKE ANOTHER TEST...THE TEST WAS PROBABLY NEGATIVE BECAUSE OF THE FACT THAT YOUR HCG LEVEL WASNT HIGH ENOUGH TO DETERMINE PREGNANCY If you had sex three and a half weeks ago but ovulation occurred either the week before that, or the week before the test (not quite sure which from the wording of your question)then you will not be pregnant. You need to have sex within a couple of days of ovulation to get pregnant.
You are probably ovulating (releasing an egg). Many women get discharge mixed with blood during ovulation. It could just be old blood though that is left over from your period and it is coming out with discharge
No. Blood tests can be considered accurate around 10 days after ovulation and home pregnancy tests can be considered accurate around 14 days after ovulation.