The vagina loses discharge naturally as its a natural vaginal lubrication. Excessive vaginal discharge can be a sign of pregnancy or ovulation.
Vaginal discharge should also be white or clear in colour and have no smell.
i dont think your pregnant..this is normal...maybe you will have your period soon..gd luck (:
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.
Its probably your period coming on if you have been having it a lot and after your prod then it may be that you are pregnant .
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, not necessarily. This is the exact description of normal cervical fluid that comes every month during ovulation. However, white, clear vaginal discharge can also be a sign of pregnancy.
It's usually increased and could be watery, egg-white-like, or anything else. If you're basing whether or not you're pregnant just by vaginal discharge. Please take a test or see the doc.
A vaginal discharge before a period is normal as is in pregnancy. See a doctor if you suspect you may be pregnant.
The white discharge could be a infection.
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.
Yes, increased white discharge without irritation or odor (leukorrhea) is a common symtom of early pregnancy. Such a discharge could also be a vaginal infection. See your health care provider for advice specific to your situation.
yes it can mean your pregnant if the discharge is white and stretchy-
that is a infection your vaginal discharge is supposed to be white,creamy, an clearish! i would get that checked out by a docter!
No it's normal for women to have vaginal discharge, it's the vagina's way of cleaning itself and keeping foreign invaders that could cause infection out. If the discharge is thick and smells bad it could be a yeast infection, which is easy to treat with over-the-counter medication available at any pharmacy
If you had unprotected sex recently, and did not perform Kiegels to discharge the semen, it could be the leftover semen. If you have missed your period, or have had an unusually short or light period, get a pregnancy test. If neither of these is the case, you could have a yeast infection or another issue. Consult your physician.
It could be ovulation. The only sure way to know if you are pregnant is by taking a test.
An infection of some type may cause some white discharge when you are not pregnant. It is best to seek medical attention so you can get a prescription and treatment.
i have the same preoblem but yes you could definitly be preggo good luck!
A white discharge usually means a vaginal infection.
If you menstruate then you can't be pregnant - you will only get your period if you don't become pregnant. White lotion like vaginal discharge is normal leading up to menstruation and not a symptom of pregnancy.
Leukorrhea is the medical term meaning white vaginal discharge that is not infectious or pathological.
This discharge may be ovulation discharge, break through ovulation discharge, vaginal discharge from coming off the shot, normal vaginal discharge, yeast infection discharge, approaching period discharge or pregnancy discharge. There are many causes for vaginal discharge in women hun.