Having vaginal discharge does not prevent you from getting pregnant. It will not expel the sperm. It is not a way to determine whether or not you are pregnant. You can have discharge at any time, pregnant or not.
Every woman has vaginal discharge. It is mroe noticeable when pregnant. Yes you can have a normal healthy baby when having vaginal discharge.
Yes. Your vaginal discharge increases when you are pregnant.
Genital warts do not cause a vaginal discharge.
All women have vaginal discharge prior to being pregnant, as this is our natural lubricant. During pregnancy, the discharge will increase in amount as the pregnancy progresses.
An increase in vaginal discharge is normal, but then so are vaginal infections during pregnancy. Talk to your Dr. at your next visit and they will take urine to detect any bacteris if present.
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.
Yes, women have vaginal discharge during pregnancy which will increase as the pregnancy progresses.
Vaginal discharge should also be white or clear in colour and have no smell.
Yes, you have increased vaginal discharge while pregnant. If the discharge is green or dark yellow or brownish or blood tinged. Call a doctor.
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.