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2011-05-15 18:10:44
2011-05-15 18:10:44

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.


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You should wipe the vagina like always. It's just discharge even if it's looks different.

Vaginal discharge should also be white or clear in colour and have no smell.

Yes, perfectly. You should be worried about blood or pinkish mucus. Yes,vaginal discharge increase while pregnant becasue of the increase in blood flow to the area.

When she is in heat. Look for signs such as.. Vaginal discharge which is clear Bleeding and swelling of the vulva Increased restlessness

Yes, a clear odorless discharge is normal.

Most discharge is normal when your pregnant. It can be clear or kinda thick and milky color. As long as you don't have any bloody show or foul oder with it, then your probably fine.

The discharge from herpes sores can be clear or pus-like. A woman with herpes on the cervix may have a clear vaginal discharge without odor.

well from what i hear its 5 days but maybe you are take a test and then you will know

Discharge is either clear or whiteish and the liquid in female ejaculation is clear.

Having a clear vaginal liquid at certain times of the month is perfectly normal. Vaginal discharge changes in color and consistency throughout the month. Of the discharge changes in color drastically or if it smells strange, you should consult your doctor.

No! It is not a clear indicator at all that you might be pregnant.

Clear, odourless discharge and sometimes a creamy type of dishcharge and lots of it is normal during pregnancy. If you have a smelly or particular coloured discharge it maybe the sign of an infection and worth mentioning to your Doctor.

Some vaginal discharge is normal. It is usually clear and maybe a little whitish. You may notice a bit more when you are ovulating. hope this helps! JM

If it is strictly an odor, no. Sometimes odor can be a result of infections though, this can affect your fertility. All women naturally have a vaginal odor. This is because the vagina is a self-cleaning organ. The odor is just the smell of your vagina discharge. This discharge changes with your cycle. When your discharge is clear and stretchy, this is generally the sign that you are ovulating (which is the best time to try to conceive). The odor of discharge is often strongest during ovulation or right before your period. Exercising can also change the consistency and odor of your discharge as well. So to answer your question, odor alone will not affect your fertility but the reason for the odor can affect your fertility.

Clear discharge during pregnancy is very normal and nothing to be alarmed about. If the discharge is excessive, wear a thin panty liner to absorb the discharge.

Vaginal discharge is usually cloudy, or a white color to clear. After it has dried, it is normal to have a yellow tint to it.

The stretchy (snot like) secretion usually happens each month around ovulation. It is clear to white in color. If you have green secretions or discharge, this may be a sign of infection and should not be taken lightly. Especially if you are sexually active and do not use condoms each and every time. You may want to consult your obgyn or physician.

In the middle of the menstrual cycle when ovualation occurs you should have a clear, stretchy discharge kind of like uncooked egg whites. It is also possible to have a thick, white to yellow discharge .

Clear discharge is a sign of---vaginal health! Discharge is never, ever a reliable sign for pregnancy. The only mostly reliable connection with discharge is to ovulation, when the discharge thickens.

Yes this is normal, providing the discharge is white or clear and does not have a odour.

It means ur around a week away and it is totally normal

Yes. That usually always means that ovulation is near or happening.

No. That means you have an std or sti. (sexually transmitted disease-infection.) Speak to your doctor asap.

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