Could be a sign of a urinary tract infection. Go see a doctor, because a UTI left untreated could lead to a bladder infection, which could lead to a kidney infection, which is painful and more difficult to treat.
* More energy than the first two * stretch marks * less frequent urination or problems urinating * cramping after orgasms * vaginal discharge will increase * faintness/dizziness
pregnancy? Also, these are all symptoms of ovarian cancer. If these symptoms persist for 2 weeks see your doctor.
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.
Yes, women have vaginal discharge during pregnancy which will increase as the pregnancy progresses.
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Increased appetite may be a sign of pregnancy, usually nausea and breast tenderness are the most common symptoms. A vaginal discharge menas you probably have a vaginal infetion, possibly even A STD. Frequent urination can be seen with pregnancy although usually later in the pregnancy, it could mean you have a Urinary Tract Infection. You should probably see your doctor.
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.
No, you always discharge. That is the vaginal cleaning system.
No you should have it checked out by your doctor vaginal discharge it a way that the vagina cleans itself from your previous period Actually, 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.
Hormone changes of pregnancy can cause changes in urination and vaginal discharge, spotting after sex, and can make UTIs (and thus painful urination) more common. But it makes sense to get tested for chlamydia during pregnancy. Contact your health care provider to schedule a test.