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2007-05-29 08:12:33

If your partner ejaculated once and you are ovulating, you can be pregnant, whether or not you have discharge. If you do not get your period on time, do a pregnancy test.

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i think since you don't ovulate after becoming pregnant anymore then you can't be pregnant if you still have the white discharge coming out to me its just a sign that your period is on it's way!!!



Yes. A small amount of semen will usually leak prior to the main discharge w/o the guy feeling it, and you only need a little inside you to get pregnant. Pulling out and counting days are really, really unreliable methods if you want to avoid getting pregnant.


I would say the discharge is from ovulating. A clear discharge is common when a woman ovulates.


if the condom was torn and u were ovulating then ---there is a high chance u can get pregnant because u are fmost fertile on ur ovulating days.


No. 1) The sperm will have all died. 2) If she is on her period she won't be ovulating and therfore cannot get pregnant.



Yes this is very normal. If the discharge has a odour then this is a sign of a yeast infection. The discharge will increase as your pregnancy progresses.


Yes, you can still get pregnant if your ovulating. When the pre-ejaculated fluid enters your vagina the sperm will still move towards the egg.



You could be ovulating or this could be pregnancy related. Ovulation discharge is usually a egg-white vaginal discharge. Purchase a ovulation predictor kit to see if you're currently ovulating at the moment.


While ovulating is precisely the time you can get pregnant.




It is possible to be pregnant and have a one time period. The question is were you ovulating when you had sex. If you had a period 9 days later, I doubt you are pregnant. However, it is possible.


Well I know that about 20% of women 25 and older get pregnant when trying to get pregnant, and when theyre not on birth control. And you can only get pregnant if your ovulating and a sperms there, so maybe it's 20%. Also, when your ovulating there are signs such as a thick white discharge, abdominal cramps similar to menstrual cramps, and also you get really horny.



This can be complicated because a man's sperm CAN live up to five days (although some studies say seven days) after it has been ejaculated into the female. If the male ejaculated 5-7 days before ovulation then it is possible.


No you don't ovulate when you are pregnant.


If you never ovulate, then no, you cannot get pregnant. If you were not ovulating at the time you had sex, you can still get pregnant, but the chances are quite low


http://www.coolnurse.com/birth control.htmhttp://www.crisispregnancy.com/birth-mother/pregnancy-questions.htmlhttp://www.epigee.org/guide/medfaq.HTMLAnswermost likely you are ovulating at this time--you are most likely to get pregnant when you have alot of white discharge AnswerHi, You can do but a lot of white discharge can be ovulation discharge, because technically its very very rare to find out your 2 weeks pregnant. Its most likely ovulation discharge but if you've had the pregnancy confirmed, then its the pregnancy discharge.


It's not a matter of time, but what happened during that time. If the male ejaculated, even in 3-5 minutes, and the female was ovulating, the chances of pregnancy exist.


An animal is pregnant and has a miscarriage and you wonder if it's because a human male had sex and ejaculated in her? No I don't think so.


You stop ovulating when you become pregnant, so I would think not.


If a lady is no longer ovulating then no eggs are being produced and therefore she can no longer become pregnant.



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