Could a somewhat thick milky white discharge be a symptom of pregnancy when the discharge isn't foul?


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2013-09-30 22:52:32
2013-09-30 22:52:32

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.

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No. It can be a symptom experienced in pregnancy, but it does not indicate pregnancy. If you are having excessive discharge, call or see a doctor, it could be harmless, or it could be something a bit more serious that can only be taken care of medically.

It can be but it could just be normal, sometimes people get discharge for no reason. It doesn't always mean that you could be pregnant. If you're unsure you could go and get a test or see your gp

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Hello. Yes this can be a symptom of pregnancy. But the tell tale symptom is no period.

Yes it could possibly be a symptom but I would not go just on that.

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Yes, excess creamy discharge could be a sign

I would go to the emergency room ASAP. You should be very careful during your pregnancy. Bleeding from your vagina during pregnancy could be a sign/symptom of some major problems. Go to the ER.

Yes this can be a symptom of pregnancy if you suspect that you are pregnant take an at home test ASAP or go to your doctor or local planned parenthood clinic to get a test and prenatal care if the result is positive...hope this helps, Good Luck and God Bless!! This could be a symptom of pregnancy yes especially if you have unprotected sex. Do a test when your period is due.

The best thing to do to know for sure if to take a pregnancy test, it's the only way you'll know. Nausea could be morning sickness and yes your breasts do go tender when pregnant and you may get headaches, although this could just be an illness that's going around. My advice to you is get the pregnancy test, find out, and if your not pregnant maybe go get checked out by the doctor just to make sure everything is ok

If it lasts less than 2 hours, yes it could be implantation. Take a urine test. good luck joymaker RN

i would be worried, but then again it may be nothing, if i were you i would wait until your period is due and then if it doesnt come do a pregnancy test. The brown discharge could be the egg implanting, also i would get checked for STD's as that could a symptom.

It depends what point you are at in your cycle. If it is around the time your period normally comes, it could be implantation bleeding which means that you could be pregnant. If any other time, it could be an infection. If it continues, you will need to see your OB.

not discharge you need to really get lots lots lots of it which means it isn't normal which is telling you that you could be pregnant.

Not really. But having a late period is a sign. If you are late, you should take a home test or go see a doctor to find out for sure. Yes!!!!! Discharge is a sign of pregnancy - leukorrhea - this could also be a symptom of Yeast Infection or other infection. A whitish discharge, usually odorless or very faint smell comes along with pregnancy.

Discharge during pregnancy is normal! It is normal to have a havy flow of discharge. But, if the discharge has a green or yellow tint or a very foul smell, it could mean there is an infection and you should see your doctor about it.

Yes, this can be a pregnancy symptom. Take a pregnancy test if you miss your period

Probably not. It is much more likely to be a symptom of yeast infections, allergies, and STDs. Or it could be nervousness. Now, if you have itching all over your body, then that would be a symptom that needs investigation by a doctor. So would any discharge or unfamiliar lesions.

Thick white discharge neither guarantees nor rules out pregnancy. Technically, yes, you could be pregnant if you have thick white discharge, but having this discharge does not make you pregnant. Many women have thick white discharge, but if you are concerned you should try a pregnancy test and/or consult your OBGYN.

It could be a cervical change that can cause vaginal bleeding. Vaginal bleeding can also be a symptom of ectopic (tubal) pregnancy. Another cause for bleeding during pregnancy is a miscarriage although the first two reasons for bleeding are more common, it is still a good idea to contact your doctor if you are too concerned.

If you take birth control (especially the depo shot) this could be a side effect. If not I would advise seeing a doctor, it could be a pregnancy, it could also be a symptom of something else. Either way the doctor is your friend.

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