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A fluctuation in cervical mucus is usually a pregnancy symptom. But I doubt your pregnant at this time. Stopping the pill will cause you to ovulate ASAP which is why you had the CM and the dryness now is because of the pill also. But if your period is late then do a test.

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No. This CM (cervical mucus) can be indication of pregnancy or Ovulation.

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On top of Hills or throughout the city where it can be noticed the most.

i have three times noticed that i have all symptoms of pregnancy .every time my periods delay for 15 days and above .but i was not pregnant

I am pregnant with our fourth and have hot and cold flashes. I am 40.4 years of age. I noticed that with our first child at 32 that I had more hot than cold flashes. At 34 with our second, I noticed nothing concerning hot and cold flashes. With our third boy, I noticed both hot and cold flashes at about the same rate as I do now at 7 weeks.

I think I am having round ligament pain on my left side and I am not pregnant. Is this possible? My doctor noticed a cyst on my ovary on the left side.

yes, my auntie was still having her periods and didnt know that she was pregnant till she noticed symptoms like milk leaking boobs enlargement etc.

Probably,yes.Mostly if an animal looks like its sick it means its pregnant,but males cant be pregnant,its probably dieing

This was actually the 1st thing (apart from being late) that I actually noticed before I even knew I was pregnant.

Yes if you have hit puberty which you may not have noticed that you have yet. Only have sex if you are using protection and is ready for the consequences.

Yes, it's very normal. One of the ways hormonal birth control prevents pregnancy is to make the cervical mucus thicker so it's harder for sperm to get through. Once you stop hormonal birth control, you will begin to see a normal cycle of cervical mucus again, which will change throughout your menstrual cycle. If the discharge has no odor and no itching, there is no need for concern.

i have done a hpt and have ben to the doctors and both confirmed that i am pregnant but the dr did say that i am fairly early in the pregnancy 5 days later i noticed light pink discharge should i be worried

if you've been having sex for a few months and you haven't noticed your belly getting larger then no you aren't pregnant.

At two to three weeks pregnant, there's rarely many symptoms noticeable at all. You may have noticed slight spotting( implantation bleeding) or a missed period.

By the time you feel the baby you are already in the second trimester so I doubt you are that far along and have not noticed.

Yes. If you conceived then you are pregnant. Unless you had a miscarriage but you would probably have noticed this. Get a pregnancy test from a shop and see. Once you have done that, if it turns out you are pregnant, go and see a doctor.

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If you know for sure that you are pregnant, it is probably not going to be your period, although some women have experienced a "first" period then learns a couple of weeks later that they really are pregnant. It is possible that it could be implantation bleeding caused by the fertilized egg to attach itself to the uterine wall. Or it could be a cervical change that can cause vaginal bleeding. Vaginal bleeding can also be a symptom of ectopic (tubal) pregnancy or placenta previa. Another cause for bleeding during pregnancy is a miscarriage although the first two reasons for bleeding are more common, it is still a good idea to contact your doctor.

Cervical mucus could be early pregnancy discharge. But it could also be:Normal vaginal discharge.Yeast infection discharge.Ovulation discharge.Here is more input from WikiAnswers Contributors:I remember seeing that thick stuff that looked like snot on my tissue and thinking, "What is this?" I certainly experienced that stuff during my two pregnancies.I had a doomed pregnancy a few months ago with a miscarriage at only about 6 weeks, and I did have the same excess of "snotty" discharge. I am now confirmed pregnant at about 5 weeks and am experiencing the same thing! So I think it can be a symptom, but not a guarantee that you are pregnant.I had an increase in cervical mucus and remember thinking how odd that was because I am not normally like that. I was, in fact, pregnant.I am no expert, but this would be my third pregnancy and I am showing those same signs. I would say like ovulating but milky. Yes usually I am dry a few days out of the month but not this month.I noticed a lot of cervical mucus when I became pregnant, which was unusual before my period. (I miscarried at 8 weeks.)My husband and I have been trying only for a month or so now. I was also curious about this question. Sometimes ejaculate can look a lot like cervical mucus, and it is difficult not to confuse the two.How about if you are still discharging after your missed period, its been 2 weeks and a day since i had unprotected sex, and My periods are very regular and yet I don't have it. I took a pregnancy test and it was negative, I suppose I am too early on taking it. I have headaches/bloating/fatigue/frequent urination/missed period/nausea but not vomiting/cramping/and discharge. Do you suppose I could be pregnant?

When you noticed you missed a period, you get tired easily, vomiting, abdomen starts to enlarge, breast enlargement, cravings then you have a positve pregnancy test.

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sometimes it means that you an infection and need to see a doctor but other times you could be pregnant. sometimes it means that you an infection and need to see a doctor but other times you could be pregnant.

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