Is having clear discharge for two weeks after sexual activity a sign of pregnancy?
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.
I been having sore nipples and a brownish-pinkish discharge but i been on the depo and i havent had my shot in almost 4 months i also had unprotected sex can i be pregnant?
You are on birth control and am having spotting along with stringy discharge Is this a sign of pregnancy or an effect of your birth control?
If you have taken your birth control correctly it is unlikly to be a sign of pregnancy . You should make an appointment to see your GP or birth control provider as soon as possible or you may wish to see someone at your nearest sexual health clinic . These symptoms should not be ignored . Hope this helps .
I was concerned about this also. I had the brown slimey discharge when I was 8-9 weeks. It seemed to be more whenever I worked out or did things around the house. My doctor told me that the brown discharge is just old blood. The cervix is is full of blood vessels and very sensitive during pregnancy. The discharge could be from recent intercourse or sexual activity. Although it is gross, it is perfectly normal…
What will happen if a girl was 10 years old and she had her period and she tried to kiss a10 year old boy would she get pregnict?
You have 2 weeks til you start your period you are having small crampa in your lower stomach could you be pregnant?
Not likely due to the location of the cramping. If you used the geographical term of stomach loosely, then it might be that you are constipated if this cramping is in the lower abdomen. However, the stomach is not an area that would cramp due to pregnancy so if this is the actual location of the cramping then it would rule out pregnancy. Cramping is not a usual symptom of pregnancy. Do you have any…
This can be very simple or very complicated. It all depends on what one considers virginity to be. If virginity means to you, never having had a penis inside your vagina then yes a lesbian would be a virgin, but if losing your virginity just means having any kind of sexual activity then a lesbian would not be a virgin as long as she has had some kind of sexual activity.
There is no evidence to support such an assertion, and ample evidence that such activity is injurious to normal, psycho-social and psycho-sexual development. Unprotected sex, even in girls who are not exhibiting outward signs of puberty, runs the risk of pregnancy. Girls who are exposed to sexual activity when they are very young, are especially prone to grow up unable to have stable relationships, and frequently exhibit reckless promiscuity. Such women tend to have children…
Close Your Legs! The best way is abstinence, which means refraining from sexual activity or sexual intercourse altogether. But if you do partake in sexual activity, be safe and smart. Use a form of birth control - whether that is taking the birth control pill, using condoms, or other popular methods. You can buy condoms at pharmacies and grocery stores. See your doctor about starting the pill.
That's a completely impossible question to answer. How likely pregnancy is depends on your sexual activity, whether you've been using birth control, what birth control you're using, and how fertile you are. If you are worried about pregnancy then you should take a pregnancy test when your period is late.
There is definitely a limit to the amount of sexual pleasure that is to be had without doing any sexual activity, however, there are still sexual thoughts. The mere contemplation of sex can produce some degree of sexual pleasure, although with no sexual activity, it probably produces more frustration than pleasure.