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Answered 2012-01-12 18:08:13

Increased mucus is just another part of being pregnant. As long as it is clear to cloudy with no foul odor / burning, it is normal. Check with your medical care provider if you have any questions.

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Although cervical mucus may become abundant in pregnancy due to the presence of hormones cervical mucus will not indicate whether you are pregnant or not. If your period is late you may test for pregnancy,otherwise it is impossible to predict whether you are pregnant or not.All the best and good luck!

That's not mucus-it comes from your butt, not your nose. It does not mean you are pregnant.

It probably means that youare pregnant! Congratualtions. You should wait another 5 -7 days and then check with a pregnancy test. in cervical rib, meaning an extra rib arising from the neck. It may also refer to the narrow part of the uterus (its "neck"), as in cervical mucus, cervical cancer, etc.

I'm not sure what you mean by "problem" but typically cervical discharge during ovulation has an "egg-white" consistency.

Typically during your fertile days your cervical mucus is of egg white consistency. This enables the sperm to more easily swim to reach the egg. Typically egg white cervical mucus occurrs only during your fertile time.

yes it can mean your pregnant if the discharge is white and stretchy-

clear and white but this can also be ovulation--if you're pregnant the discharge incease more--you're panty will be wet more but this is normal as long it white or clear--any other color can mean yeast infection --

If you have thick creamy white cervical mucus and you feel burning and itching then you might have chlamydia. Have yourself check. Dont douche.Wear cotton panties, Accify urine by eating yougurt and drinking cranberry juice. Monistat will be prescribed . Okay...the question was regarding pregnancy, not an infection. Most women here know an infection, because they itch so damn bad. Okay..I have read that white creamy cm means pregnancy, but I too am searching for the answers. I would come back and post to let the world know what the outcome is to your question. Are you pregnant or did AF decide to drop in for a spell.

No. It probably changes but the change is so small you don't realize it.

Cervical mucus will become thin and watery around the time of ovulation so the sperm can swim through it more easily. Any other discharge with color or odor generally indicates a vaginal infection, although a vaginal infection should not resolve without treatment. With pregnancy, most women will begin to have nausea and breast tenderness. ---- Cervical mucus few days to ovulation means approching ovulation time. If this is what you mean. The mucus dries up after ovulation has taken place. Pregnancy cannot be detected by observing cervical mucus. Only ovulation MAY be detected by observing CM. That is really?: question I am not sure what you mean...but if you mean pregnancy..the answer is possible since every woman is different. I sometimes have abundant CM(cervical mucus) during my luteal phase( from ovulation to menstruation) and sometimes dont have any at all so we cannot know whether we are pregnant or not by our CM. All the best..I hope I have answered your question...

It could mean a number of things: your ovulating or you have an infection, etc. The best thing to do is go to your doctor becaues it depends on the color, thinkness, smell.

No, not necessarily. This is the exact description of normal cervical fluid that comes every month during ovulation. However, white, clear vaginal discharge can also be a sign of pregnancy.

If by "mucus" you mean the clear fluid that comes out of a penis before the semen comes out, yes, it can. That is called pre-ejaculate" and it does contain sperm.

This depends on whether or not you were fertile. Did you have "egg-white"mucus discharge? If yes, you may have ovulated which would mean that your chances of pregnancy were higher than at a non-fertile time of the month (no egg-white mucus). Ovulation usually occurs around 14 days after your last period.

It means that you are ovulating, which means your body is preparing to release an egg. This is typically a woman's prime opportunity to get pregnant.

You are ovulating ^ Yes that's true, here are the reasons why I have actually had this same problem, and I'm 19. This is what I found out. It's called EWCM (Egg White Cervical Mucus) and it means you're ovulating, or releasing an egg; so try and beware sex if you don't want to get pregnant.

According to what my wife and I have experienced, the "creamy white mucus" that occurs when a woman is pregnant can vary (and mean) different things depending on where you are in your pregnancy. Early in the pregnancy, if you have a "creamy white mucus" on the tissue after you use the bathroom, or on her underwear, it could mean that she has some kind of vaginal infection. Later on in the pregnancy, from about (roughly) 32 weeks and on, if there is a "creamy white mucus" present on the tissue, or undies, it could mean that the mucus plug that is present in the cervix is being released. Sometimes it's just "creamy and white" and other times there looks to be a little bit of blood present, hence the name "bloody show." Usually, if the mucus looks something like an egg white or mucus that you would see from your nose on a cold day, (and obviously if there is a little blood present) that means that your mucus plug is starting to be released (or it may have come out all at one time), and labor is approaching - fast! (Within 1 to 4 days) I'm not a doctor, I have just been through it before. I don't want anyone to take anything that I'm saying as "medically accurate" either, as only a doctor can tell you what is going on. This is just what my wife and I have experienced.

As long as there is no burning, itch or bad odor from the discharge, it is most likely normal cervical mucus, which is the body's way of keeping the vagina clean.

No. It could be from slight irritation to the cervical area, or from slight tearing at the vaginal opening, or possibly your period was about to start anyway. While this doesn't mean that you are pregnant, it also doesn't mean that you aren't pregnant. If you have been having unprotected sex, and are concerned that you may be pregnant, take a pregnancy test.

No. Getting your period means you are not pregnant.

What you're describing is likely fertile quality cervical mucus. The opening to your cervix is normally blocked by this mucus to prevent anything harmful travelling up through the cervix into the uterus. Around a week before ovulation this mucus changes to leak down into the vaginal canal, it acts to protect sperm from the acidic environment of the vagina and gives it a medium through which to be able to swim up through the cervical opening.