Pregnancy Symptoms

How long after conception do symptoms of pregnancy begin to occur i may have conceived 6 days ago and am experiencing milky white discharge feeling hot often and increased sensitivity down there?


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2015-07-15 20:04:12
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Pregnancy symptoms do not usually appear until about 10 days after conception as there is not sufficient hormone to cause symptoms until then.

None of the symptoms you have described are pregnancy symptoms, it sounds more as though you have an infection. You may of course be pregnant as well.

See a doctor to check for infection and if your period doesn't arrive do a pregnancy test.


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Yes. You will always have this discharge. Always. Even when you go through menopause.

You could have a discharge from a STD; discharges aer common with some STDs.

You're probably pregnant and you're experiencing implatantion discharge.

I'm experiencing the exact issue.

2-5 weeks or maybe not at all. Hello. Vaginal discharge caused by pregnancy usually starts around 3-5 weeks after conception has taken place but it can sometimes take as long as 8-10 weeks. The vaginal discharge will steadily increase if caused by pregnancy.

There is no such thing as white blood, so what you are experiencing before menstruation is discharge. Discharge amounts in females vary, but white discharge that does not have any smell is perfectly normal. The function of discharge is to keep the vagina clean and moist.

its common to have slightly thick white discharge after conception but if you have irritation too then your most likely suffering form something like thrush i would advise that you go to your GP whether or not you have the irritation and ask about pregnancy and conception. it might be worth taking a pregnancy test and its up to you whether or not you do one at home or ask your GP to do one for you when you go and see them.

Unless you are actually experiencing a bowl movement - any unexpected anal discharge of any type should be discussed with your family doctor.

Discharge is not something that can be "cured." It is normal for all women to have discharge and experience different kinds of discharge during different times in the cycle. Normal discharge includes slightly yellow, white, or clear, with a thick, thin, or "slimy" consistency. If you are experiencing abnormal discharge, it may be a sign of infection. Yeast infections and bacterial vaginosis are most commonly associated with abnormal discharge, but you should consult your doctor for more information.

Hello. It varies in every woman what the cervical mucus looks like. Its usually white and similar to ovulation discharge. Cervical discharge increases daily or every few days, once conception has taken place.

Hi I am 6 weeks pregnant and yes I had clear watery discharge from the time of conception until now .As long as it dont have a smell it is normal pregnancy discharge,using a pantyliner will catch the discharge.I hope I helped. sherrey

You likely conceived in the third week of June, though it is possible that you conceived later than that. You don't mention the length of your average cycle. Did you notice a time when you had discharge the same slickness as eggwhites and found it easy to be in the mood for sex? Those are fertility signs, signs that you are ovulating. Sex a few days before that to a day after that would have led to this conception. If you ovulated in the middle of a typical 28 day cycle, around June 17th, you could have had a positive pregnancy test as early as July 1st. If your negative test was before or on the 14th of July, you may have conceived in June. If your negative test was after the 14th, you might have conceived in July.

About half of people with gonorrhea do not have symptoms, especially men. Women might get a discharge. Some might experiencing a burning sensation when urinating.

If you mean right after conception, it could be a few different fluids coming out. If you mean days afterward, all women have discharge and its not necessarily from conception. Once the baby starts forming inside, you will most likely see a drier area down there, because the baby starts to consume all extra fluids that are in the body to maintain moisture in the sac. No, not semen, your fluids only; that's why you must drink more fluids than usual during pregnancy. Not alcohol, though.

No. It is a discharge, more likely to be an STD. It certainly does nor indicate pregnancy. Should you be experiencing such you should seek medical attention.

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Well the brown discharge is a side effect of the MAP but no the sore vagina. I would say that this was due to either rough or prolonged sex or maybe a lack of lubrication.

The early symptoms of trachoma include the development of follicles (small sacs) on the conjunctivae of the upper eyelids, pain, swollen eyelids, a discharge, tearing, and sensitivity to light.

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.

If you're experiencing these "symptoms" you've been prego for a while... Good luck finding the father now...

Coefficient of discharge of an ideal liquid can be defined as a ratio of actual discharge and theoretical discharge. where, Cofficient of discharge = Actual Discharge/ Theoretical discharge.

This can be due to a variety of reasons: * Implantation bleeding. * Left-over blood from your period. * Pregnancy. * UTI

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