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Could you be pregnant if you have a creamy discharge a week and a half after ovulation?

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2005-11-20 00:59:19
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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.

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If you are not pregnant, this is a sign of impending ovulation. If you are pregnant, it is a sign of increase estrogen (normal when pregnant).

Watery discharge is your body cleaning itself out of any vaginal germs that may be present. Its also consistent symptom of ovulation. You may be pregnant yes or could be left over ovulation discharge.

It could be ovulation. The only sure way to know if you are pregnant is by taking a test.

No not necessarily, everyone is different. The extra discharge could be hormones. Check with your doctor.

Possibly, or it could just be ovulation. Take a test if your miss your period

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.

no answer maybe it could be Implantation bleeding which is a pregnancy sign or ovulation bleeding

You may be pregnant, so I would recommend you perform a pregnancy test. Another possibility is that the raw egg discharge is ovulation discharge.

Yes, excess creamy discharge could be a sign

(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.

missed period, sore breast 12days, negative home preg test, light creamy spotting

Ovulation can not make you pregnant. Ovulation does cause a woman to be fertile at this point and she could conceive.

yes, theres a chance. Sperm lives for 3-5 days in a moist environment so it could reach your egg at the right time. Take a test when the time is right. Good luck!

No its called discharge, you normally get it before you start your period. Every girl that i know of gets it. It's perfectly normal and it doesn't mean your pregnant.

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, it means you are getting ready to ovulate. If you have sex during the time this type of discharge is present, you can become pregnant. Actually, the thick, sticky vaginal discharge you are talking about actually is an indicator that you are a few days from having your period, it is the discharge that usually takes place after ovulation. you can not get pregnant during this time with a normal cycle, you could, however possibly be in the early stages of pregnancy, for this discharge is very common into early pregnancy, and throughout most of it.

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.

You could be. But the yeast infection would not be a result of being pregnant. Yeast infections after ovulation could be a result of high estrogen levels.

The "weird"pain you are referring to sounds like it IS ovulation. The "discharge" always happens after you ovulate. * note* You are most likely to become pregnant when your "discharge" is clear and stringy.Thus enabling sperm to "travel" faster to your uterus.

that is normal it is how the vagina cleans out itself it is however something to wory about if that discharge becomes thick and yellowy coloured

I had my period then 2 weeks later i had a sringy discharge brown in colour for 1 day but when i wiped their was no sighn of anything on toilet paper. Could i be pregnant even though i had my period 2 weeks ago. Im also getting abdominal pain every day. What is happening?

Here is advice and input: * That is normal for a woman's body, it doesn't mean you are pregnant. * It is possible. Some women continue to have a large amount of discharge after they ovulate, clear up through the date that the period is due. Others are dry. If you notice something that is abnormal from the way you are each month, it is always possible you are pregnant. Just wait until you are late for your period and take a HPT. Hello. This could simply be left over ovulation discharge. But it could also be pregnancy discharge. Personally I would go with it being ovulation discharge. But if the discharges increases a lot....significantly increases...then see your doctor for a pregnancy blood test.

Well, a sign of what? pregnancy? All women have discharge. And I am pregnant right now. And when you are pregnant your discharge increases.

A pap smear looks for cancer of the cervix, not vaginitis. If you have a creamy white foul-smelling discharge, you need to report the complaint to your health care provider to see if a visit is needed. Bacterial vaginosis, a non-contagious imbalance in the vagina, can cause some complications during pregnancy. This condition is the most common cause of creamy white, foul-smelling discharge.

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.


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