Not necessarily you could have a vaginal infection ask your doctor if problem persists. New answer: If you are referring to normal discharge than yes you can still be prenant. Some people experience a slight more discharge due to the formation of the mucus plug... Color and texture should still be the same.
That is your vagina's natural lubricant, and it's also the vagina's way of cleansing itself.
Pretty likely. Flee the state.
No it is not.
Withdrawing a finger with pre-ejaculation fluid or ejaculation fluid from the vagina and risking pregnancy.
If you didnt enter her vagina then no you should be fine.
Fluid leaking from the vagina (a large gush or a slow, constant trickle).
Possibly discharge? Discharge-fluid that gets out of vagina after period. it cleans out vagina
Tampons absorb menstrual flow during a persons period. The tampon is inserted into the vagina to absorb the menstrual flow before it leaves the body. They are changed every few hours to prevent infection, toxic shock syndrome, and to prevent leaking when they are full.
no it is not the indication of pregnancy. please consult specialist.
It could mean the fluid sac protecting the child has a tear in it or is leaking or that you have fluid in your uterus. You'll have to speak to your MD to find out for certain.
You know you have your period when a brownish red like fluid is coming out of your vagina.
The better question is what is leaking transmission fluid?
No, "foamy" fluid discharge after intercourse is from the mixture of fluids, which the vagina naturally discharges.
Pregnancy requires seminal fluid, which does not come from fingers. So no.
No you cannot get pregnant if your boyfriend rubs his penis to your vagina on your fertile period and did not cum. First sperm cannot live outside the human body and you egg needs to be in your uterus . *Note* It is highly unlikely, but pre-cum fluid can cause pregnancy too.
The vagina is "self cleaning" which means it constantly produces fluid that washes down the vaginal walls. This helps prevent infections. So an increased sense of vaginal moisture is likely just your vagina doing some internal housecleaning. It is not a sign of pregnancy.
Pregnancy can only occur when semen enters the vagina and fertilizes the egg. Unless semen from ejaculation reaches the inside of the vagina, the chance of pregnancy is very slim. Even if your partner lost his erection inside the vagina, there is a chance that seminal fluid could have entered the vaginal canal. Pregnancy is a possibility in this circumstance.
Please speak to midwife asap and re-do a pregnancy test.
If he has any fluid yes. The fluid contains sperm and there are known cases of pregnancy from this. Sperm can also go through thin panties. A condom can prevent pregnancy if done correctly and there are no holes.
Probably your radiator fluid leaking out.
No. You only get milk during a pregnancy. During a period, it is just fluid build-up
If a Mazda MPV is leaking yellow fluid then it is possible that the fluid is brake fluid. It is best to take the car to a mechanic right away.
This is just clear fluid and is one of the signs that you will be getting your period soon.
It could mean that your waters are beginning to break, so you should be checked by a doctor or midwife.