Is it a sign of pregnancy if you are leaking fluid from your vagina but it is not your period?

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2009-06-22 12:47:49
2009-06-22 12:47:49

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.

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