Possible, take a home test and find out. Postive or negative, you need to call your doctor about being pregnant or exsessive discharge.
All women have vaginal discharge prior to being pregnant, as this is our natural lubricant. During pregnancy, the discharge will increase in amount as the pregnancy progresses.
It is more common for home pregnancy tests to give a false negative than a false positive. You could be testing too soon. Home pregnancy tests are considered accurate 14-16 days after ovulation.
You differentiate pregnancy nausea from non-pregnancy nausea by taking a pregnancy test. And if it comes out negative your "not" pregnant.
The week before a period, being pregnant or using oral contraceptives are associated with increased discharge.
A pregnancy test can NOT be reused and it will not show a accurate answer.
Endometriosis, possible pelvic inflamatory disease, or a false negative on a pregnancy test. Consult your physician.
Yes. That is a very common sign of early pregnancy
yes. take a test
There is a possibility yes, especially if your period doesn't arrive. However, brown discharge can de a indication of a UTI and not only pregnancy.
THESE COULD BOTH BE SIGNS OF PREGNANCY BUT YOU CAN NOT RELY ON THEM TO LET YOU KNOW IF YOU ARE PREGNANT OR NOT. YOU SHOULD TAKE A PREGNANCY TEST B/C YOU COULD BE PREGNANT.
check your doctor.
A womans cervix changes while her body is going through ovulation, period, progesterone cycles and vaginal discharge. I wouldn't rely on the cervix as being a indication of pregnancy. Do a pregnancy test.
Being anemic would make no difference to either pregnancy tests or pregnancy symptoms.
Pregnancy tests are not 100% accurate, but being that it was negative and you got your period, I'd say you are definitely not pregnant.
Cervical Mucus only increases 4-8 weeks after pregnancy has occurred. Normal everyday CM changes the level of discharge frequently so I wouldn't rely on CM as being a indication of pregnancy.
Not necessarily. I had a tumor that mimicked pregnancy. Everything led me to believe I was pregnant except for the 4 negative pregnancy tests. I went into the ob-gyn and I had a tumor the size of a grapefruit (or size of a 4+ month pregnancy). It was not cancerous & was removed.
endomentrium bleeding being confused with last menstural cycle
Yes it can if you have tested too early. Here is a link for information on how pregnancy tests work: http://thefertilityshop.com/fertility/pregnancy-tests-work-a-17.html
That all depends on how much of the hormone is being produce. I know women that have never had a positive home pregnancy test. It only showed up when they had a blood test.http://en.allexperts.com/q/ObGyn-Pregnancy-issues-1007/negative-pregnancy-test-result-1.htm
You're not pregnant if you're on Depo provera and your pregnancy test is negative.
It wont show on your vagina early in the pregnancy. _____________________________________________ Actually the last persons answer is entirely incorrect! when a woman becomes pregnant, the surge of hormones that are being made & released cause many changes including changes to the vagina, changes can include swelling of the vaginal walls which is basically the birth canal or the "Vaginal Muscles". when this happens the woman should also notice a increase in vaginal discharge called "Leukorrhea". Leukorrhea is a creamy white discharge that can seem a lot like a lotion or cream looking discharge, and will last through the entire pregnancy and this discharge can be a bit annoying but is another aspect of pregnancy and well worth it when your bundle of joy is being created! Pantyliners can be used to help with this discharge and other discharge you are bound to have during your pregnancy. hope this helps and good luck and blessings! Mrs. K--->mom of twins 11 yr old girls and 2 teenagers--1 boy and 1 girl.
Symptoms of pregnancy are:Missed periodTender breastsIncrease in vaginal dischargeHeadachesTirednessNausea or vomiting
The probability of pregnancy with no late or missing period and 3 negative tests is very unlikely. I would say 98.5% chance of not being pregnant unless you have concieved in your current cycle.