Hello - Thick cervical mucus discharge (vaginal discharge) is often a sign of Ovulation, approaching period or pregnancy related.
The vagina loses discharge naturally as its a natural vaginal lubrication. Excessive vaginal discharge can be a sign of pregnancy or ovulation.
Not actually of pregnancy but possibly of ovulation...in which case pregnancy has a good chance of occurring.
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.
It is more likely to be a sign of ovulation (releasing an egg) as both of these things occur during ovulation. However they CAN also be signs of pregnancy. If you miss your period, take a pregnancy test
Yes it can be a sign of pregnancy.
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.
spotting after ovulation is An implantation bleed would be seen 6-10 dasy after ovualtion. Many women have a clear discharge a lot of the time so you may or may not be pregnant.
Yes, but they can also be symptoms of ovulation (releasing an egg). take a pregnancy test if you miss your next period
Yes, excess creamy discharge could be a sign