Yes - you could be pregnant. Unfortunately it is too soon to know for sure - as these symptoms could be something else. My first symptoms were sore breasts and bloating - and this started about 10 days after ovulation.
No, you often get excess cervical mucus when you are pregnant anyway
Cervical mucus is clear and runny just before ovulation and becomes thick and white after ovulation. http://wish2conceive.com
Sperm can live up to 5 days in a healthy setting (good quality cervical mucus) but without ovulation you cannot get pregnant.
Yes, I think it is possible.
I believe it is 16 days if not you may be pregnant.
Women have egg-white cervical mucus due to ovulation. This is a sign that the woman is fertile and it is a better chance to get pregnant.
You could be, but it's more likely that you're just ovulating. Many women notice blood in with the cervical mucous during ovulation
Ovulation is typically regarded as the best day to get pregnant but any intercourse five days prior to or up to 16 hours after ovulation can result in pregnancy. 28 days is considered to be the typical menstrual cycle with the 14th day as your most fertile. However, keep in mind that some women do not have the typical 28 day cycle. Basal Body Temperature charting, ovulation test strips, cervical mucous changes, and cervical position can help determine ovulation.
You can only get pregnant if you have sex when you are fertile - this is around a week before ovulation when there is fertile cervical mucus, then ovulation occurs around 14 days before your period. At most there is only a viable egg for up to 48 hours.
You can get pregnant during period of ovulation. It's the best or most fertile time to get pregnant.
I'm not sure what you mean by "problem" but typically cervical discharge during ovulation has an "egg-white" consistency.
Ovulation can not make you pregnant. Ovulation does cause a woman to be fertile at this point and she could conceive.
Yes, you can. Ovulation pain has nothing to do with your chances of getting pregnant. Sometimes cramping around your ovary region can be a sign of ovulation. Your ovulation time is the best to try to get pregnant but the ovulation pain really does not have anything to do with it.
You can only get pregnant when fertile; during ovulation which is typically 14 days before menstruation, and up to 7 days before ovulation when there is fertile quality cervical mucus present. It is biologically impossible to get pregnant at any other time, however unless you use fertility awareness methods you cannot accirately determine when you are fertile.
Will an ovulation test show up positive if you are pregnant?
Your cervix should be low and firm. During ovulation with cervical musus the cervix is high and open and wet. After ovulation it is firm, low, and closed. If you are pregnant it will be high, soft, and closed.
You can become pregnant for 2-3 days either side of ovulation. http://www.fwhc.org/birth-control/fam.htm
Fertile quality cervical fluid, the slippery kind during ovulation, can keep sperm alive up to 5 days. The egg lasts 24-48 hours after ovulation. Once the cervical fluid has changed consistancy, conception is unlikely but not unheard of. Please use protection until you are sure that you are no longer fertile.
Yes, there is a high chance to get pregnant a day after ovulation. The window of opportunity to conceive begins two days prior to ovulation, ovulation day, and a day after.
It's different for everyone - some people get pregnant during ovulation, others after. The best time is during ovulation
A woman is fertile during ovulation and around a week beforehand when there is fertile cervical mucus present - she cannot get pregnant at any other time of her menstrual cycle. Obviously if she is infertile she cannot get pregnant, and birth control reduces chances of pregnancy.
(original answer) The egg white discharge has nothing to do with ovulation it is just a normal discharge. You can be pregnant if you had sex 1-9 days after your period ended that was unprotected With respect to the previous person who answered this, what they said is simply not true. Your CM plays a big part in your ovulation and knowing when you are and are not ovulating and even if you could be pregnant. 30 seconds of research on "cervical mucus during menstrual cycle" will show that.
A ovulation calculator will allow you to decide on when you would get pregnant. Many people use this ovulation calculator to determine if they are going to get pregnant and if they are going to have a baby.
Yes, generally you can get pregnant up to 7 days after ovulation.