No you should have it checked out by your doctor
vaginal discharge it a way that the vagina cleans itself from your previous period
Vaginal discharge may be a sign of pregnancy. Early signs of pregnancy include this. Vaginal mucous gathers together around the cervix creating the mucous plug, which protects the fetus from infections.
Hello - Thick cervical mucus discharge (vaginal discharge) is often a sign of Ovulation, approaching period or pregnancy related.
Discharge that looks "curdled" is typically a sign of vaginal infection. See a doctor.
All women release white discharge, depending upon where they are in their cycle. As a symptom on its own, this doesn't indicate pregnancy. However, during pregnancy there will be an increase in vaginal discharge.
you can gets loads in pregnancy even at the beginning that is a sign.
i don't think so i think it's bacteria (vaginal discharge)
A vaginal discharge which looks like egg-whites is ovulation discharge. Prior to your period or after your period it is very common and normal to experience a white vaginal discharge that is not pregnancy related. It is your vagina keeping itself fresh and clean and preventing bacteria from causing a infection. But during pregnancy, a increase in vaginal discharge does occur and it continues to increase every few days.
Clear discharge is a sign of---vaginal health! Discharge is never, ever a reliable sign for pregnancy. The only mostly reliable connection with discharge is to ovulation, when the discharge thickens.
Yes, an increase in vaginal discharge in early pregnancy it attributed to the formation of the mucus plug. Increased vaginal discharge could also mean a yeast infection too - don't be alarmed, just visit your doctor. I'm 18 and recently have had excessive discharge, but it was only a bacterial infection!
Yes it does. Vaginal discharge is quite a lot during pregnancy.
No. Excessive vaginal discharge that is similar in appearance to ovulation discharge, can be a indication of pregnancy. A vaginal odour is usually a indication of a thrush infection.
No, this isn't a sign of pregnancy. Discharge occurs depending on where you are in your cycle (pre-pregnancy) and the discharge will increase during pregnancy.