STDs can cause a milky white vaginal or penile discharge. See your health care provider for an exam if you have an unusual discharge.
no it is not an early sign of pregnancy
Yes it is normal to have vaginal discharge daily. A milky colored discharge is normal discharge
A vaginal discharge which looks like egg-whites is ovulation discharge. Prior to your period or after your period it is very common and normal to experience a white vaginal discharge that is not pregnancy related. It is your vagina keeping itself fresh and clean and preventing bacteria from causing a infection. But during pregnancy, a increase in vaginal discharge does occur and it continues to increase every few days.
The thick milky yellow discharge is nothing more then a infection.
Normal vaginal discharge during pregnancy called leukorrhea is thin, white, milky and mild smelling. It's nothing to worry about, but don't douche or use a tampon if it's thick enough to bother you.
Milky white discharge is a sign of chlamydia.
Herpes does not cause a milky discharge. See your health care provider if you are having discharge from the penis or abnormal discharge from the vagina.
Normal vaginal discharge in pregnancy is called leukorrhea, it is odor-less, or sometimes a mild-smelling milky discharge. You may have noticed this even before you were pregnant, you're noticing more due to increased levels of estrogen production as well as increased blood flow to your vaginal area. If however you notice a lot of thin and clear discharge, it could be amniotic fluid, so if you have cause for concern it's always best to contact your Dr.
No syphilis doesn't cause a milky discharge. It could be gonorrhea or trichomoniasis. Get it checked out and taken care of by some antibiotics,
Yes you can take a pregnancy test that is negative and still be pregnant. As far as the milky discharge, that may be an infection.
I've seen on several websites that white or milky looking discharge or watery to mildly thick discharge is normal in pregnancy and usually is in abundance.
http://www.health-science-report.com/vaginal-discharge/vaginal-discharge-hpv/milky-white-vaginal-discharge.html The above link has a variety of scenarios that fit your question. Hope this helps.
No go to your ob doctor soon.
NO BABY !
You will only get this milky discharge during pregnancy when you are 3-5 months into the pregnancy. Its most likely too much progesterone in your blood. See your doctor about the discharge.
This is normal. Discharge often happens between periods.
Some women have a harmless, physiologic (normal) discharge early in pregnancy. At the point when you'd expect to notice this, your pregnancy test would be positive.
Milky discharge from your vagina? Probably not, that is usually a sign of ovulation. You should be getting your period soon after. Milky discharge from your breasts, possibly. If you are unsure, go see your doctor or take a home pregnancy test. No. It is possible to be pregnant. Cramping is usually an early sign of implantation and the white milky discharge can also be a sign. I would advise you to take a HPT or go to your doctor to be tested. That's the only way to be sure.
An infection could be present, but milky white discharge can definitely be a sign of pregnancy. If you have missed your period, you should take a pregnancy test and see your doctor. It sounds like you should probably see your doctor anyway to rule out infection as well.
Increased appetite may be a sign of pregnancy, usually nausea and breast tenderness are the most common symptoms. A vaginal discharge menas you probably have a vaginal infetion, possibly even A STD. Frequent urination can be seen with pregnancy although usually later in the pregnancy, it could mean you have a Urinary Tract Infection. You should probably see your doctor.
A normal, milky vaginal discharge should not have any bad odor. But there are times in early pregnancy that many woman observe a change - from their normal to slightly unpleasant. These changes need to be discussed with your Mid-Wife or OB, while it is usually caused by changing hormones - your health care providers can rule out or treat you in the event it is an infection.
Ghonorhea or Clamydia
No it's not normal, these symptoms are cause by pregnancy. Good luck!