Not necesarilly. It could just mean you haven't ovulated yet or that you don't have discharge this month. Wait unti you are late for your period and take a home test.
You could be, but it's more likely that you're just ovulating. Many women notice blood in with the cervical mucous during ovulation
I believe it is 16 days if not you may be pregnant.
Probably it is cervical mucous. This is mucous that is discharged two weeks before your period during ovulation. Normal cervical mucous is the consistency of hand lotion or egg white. It is there to help sperm swim up through the cervix and uterus to fertilize an egg.
In every pregnant women the mucous plug will varie in its size. Some women may not even pass a mucous plug.
Ovulation is typically regarded as the best day to get pregnant but any intercourse five days prior to or up to 16 hours after ovulation can result in pregnancy. 28 days is considered to be the typical menstrual cycle with the 14th day as your most fertile. However, keep in mind that some women do not have the typical 28 day cycle. Basal Body Temperature charting, ovulation test strips, cervical mucous changes, and cervical position can help determine ovulation.
Most of the time, as soon as you pass ovulation, it will return to a dry, sticky or lotiony state. That being said, a lot of women DO experience and increase in white lotion-like cervical mucous and later find out that they are pregnant. It can also be a sign of an infection too - so if accompanied by itch or odor, see your doctor at once.
No, it is not a sign of ovulation. Slippery, egg-white quality cervical mucous (discharge) is a sign, as is Mittleschmertz (a slight cramp in your ovary). Ovulation always occurs 10-14 days before your period comes.
You have increased discharge and it's not unlike ovulation mucous, although that does vary
Cervical mucous is related to pregnancy information as it works as one of the primary indicators to tell oneself as to whether or not they are pregnant or not.
Egg-white cervical mucous is very common during the time of ovulation. It could though, also occur at other times in the cycle due to other factors.
There could be something wrong go to the doctors
Depending on what kind of discharge. If the discharge is clear, slippery, and stretches, (resembling egg whites) this is your most fertile time of the month. You have this kind of discharge right at and during ovulation. This is your sperm friendly mucous, it helps the sperm be more mobile and gives it a healthier environment letting it live longer and also enter your cervix. If it is cloudy or white this is not as " sperm friendly".
if your 5 days past ovulation you shouldnt be starting your period (if your on a normal cycle) for another week and a half. More than likely could be a yeast infection. When your fertile your cervix is usually high soft open and wet maybe you were wrong about ovulation date. Personally my cervix is high and soft up until the day before my period is due. After ovulation you should dry up then around 9 days past ovulation if your pregnant you may experience lotion type mucous. Good luck!
Losing the mucous plug, labor can start in a matter of hours, or a weeks. It really isn't a sign of anything..
Was white stuff, cervical mucous? You could be ovulating. Some women will bleed a little during ovulation.
Rheum is a thin discharge of the mucous membranes, especially during a cold.
I believe this is when the mucous plug in the cervix is lossened
The cervix is naturally closed with a plug of mucous that is released, or thinned, before ovulation due to hormonal changes during the menstrual cycle. In other instances cervical cerclage is a small surgical procedural used for cervical incompetence in pregnant woman where the amniotic sac sags down through the cervix.http://www.netterimages.com/images/vpv/000/000/024/24093-0550x0475.jpg
Mucous cells are cells which secrete mucous. They are usually found in mucous membranes. Mucous is a slippery product made from glycoproteins and water.
The clitellum is the ring on the earthworm that produces mucous during reproduction.
No, not every mucous membrane secretes mucus
Cervical mucous isn't a good way to tell if you are pregnant or not, some woman have lots of cervical mucous and others don't have as much that shows. I'm pregnant and sometimes I have a lot, sometimes not much and some days I'm dry. Also, I took a test the day my period was due and it was negative the next day it was a faint +, I skipped a day and when my period was 4 days late I got a dark + and a "pregnant" on the Clear Blue Easy didgital. So don't be discouraged if at first it is negative and because of cervical mucous.
Yes, however during the last month you may have passed what is known as the mucous plug (it covers the inside of the cervix and protects the baby from infection.) If you have dilated and passed the plug you are better off taking a shower.
Well, It depends on how far along you are in your pregnancy. For example, my sister's mucous plug came out when she was 35 weeks pregnant and my nephew was born about 13 days later. So I guess it depends.
You should have seen cervical mucous sometime around 10 - 14 days after you had your period. Some women to have mild cramping. If you are taking your temp on the BBT chart, you would see a temp rise for 3 days after ovulation, triggering your ovulation day to be the day PRIOR to the first increase. If you think you are not ovulating, you should get a BBT thermometer and do some research on charting. It is very helpful.