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2014-08-07 19:14:21
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I don't think it means anything, Usually a whitish or clear discharge means that you are going through ovulation. Remember you can get pregnant before or right after ovulation. I believe you can have whitish (sometimes lotiony) discharge for a day or two a few days after ovulation because of estrogen surges. I just bought the book "Taking Charge of Your Fertility" by Toni Weschler---it's got a great explanation of what happens during your cycle and how to predict your fertility, whether you're trying to conceive or want to guard against getting pregnant.

It could mean that your vagina is cleansing right before your next period is due. I experienced the same thing a day after sex, and then i had a regular period. It could also mean that you're not ovulating. Ovulating is when the mucus is clear, slippery and very stretchable.

It is called spinbarkeit. It is cervical mucus that is most welcoming to sperm while you are ovulating, helping you become pregnant.

Early in pregnancy, you'll probably experience a thin, milky white discharge. Called "leucorrhoea," this substance will increase during pregnancy and is completely normal.

The clear discharge is a sign ovulation is near within the next day or two, a white discharge is a sign ovulation has passed. Don't get yourself stressed from the other answer above, discharge is NOT a sign of not ovulating and is not cleaning out you vagina for your next period. That is why we have periods is to clean everything out.

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I don't know much about ovulation timing - it just tends to happen when it want to - but I do know that a discharge similar in appearance and texture to egg whites is considered completely normal.


Does the white discharge occure after fertilisation of egg during ovulation?


From what i have read, heard, and experienced the ovulation discharge is not clear but thick and white and it usually comes about one and a half to two weeks after your period.


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.


It doesn't have to be white, it can be clear and that's normal. Discharge maybe white, stringy, clear, cloudy white and/or yellow when dried on clothing.


You will have signs of cramps and white discharge.


Fertile cervical mucus is normally clear or clear marbled with white/cream discharge. Your mucus should have the texture of egg-whites when you are fertile and during ovulation.


Your body is ready to make a baby. Mother nature made it so females are ready for intercourse at the time of ovulation. Along with increased discharge, you may feel stronger sexual urges during ovulation.


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 --


The clear stuff coming out of your vagina is discharge. You have discharge throughout your menstrual cycle as this is how the vagina keeps itself clean by cleaning out dead cells, around a week leading up to ovulation you get fertile cervical mucus which is clear (usually discharge is white or cream in colour). You can also get lubrication when aroused.


You're supposed to have clear or white vaginal discharge, that is normal and is there to keep your vagina clean and healthy. Your discharge changes throughout your menstrual cycles due to hormonal changes, and leading up to ovulation you get fertile cervical mucus which tends to be clear. It's a cause for concern if it's an unusual colour such as grey or green, also if it smells bad or causes irritation.


No the discharge that comes out of Herpes is a clear white fluid, if the discharge that you see is white in color it is not herpes.


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


Yes, EWCM (Egg white cervical mucus) is a sign of ovulation, and it is the best medium for sperm to live and swim in.


Ovulation occurs when your egg is released. This usually occurs about 14 days after your last period. A discharge is simply a substance that leaks from your vagina. You may notice a white substance in your underwear, which is known as a discharge.


You will notice a egg white discharge or you can do a ovulation test.


I think that white discharge and cramping are symptoms of pregnancy. I had really bad cramps in the beginning of my pregnancy and very white discharge. I think that white discharge and cramping are symptoms of pregnancy. I had really bad cramps in the beginning of my pregnancy and very white discharge.


Not necesarilly. It could just mean you haven't ovulated yet or that you don't have discharge this month. Wait unti you are late for your period and take a home test.


There will be a raise in your body temperature or your cervical mucus might look like a egg white or you can buy the at home ovulation test.


That can happen in some women during ovulation. But it could just be something else. And it could be at the beginning, middle or end of ovulation. It's very hard to tell. ovulation 'usually' occurs around 14 days after the last day of your period. If you can keep track you will be better off than I. I heard that there is a egg white discharge when you are ovulating, I have been reading up on this stuff alot!


This discharge may be ovulation discharge, break through ovulation discharge, vaginal discharge from coming off the shot, normal vaginal discharge, yeast infection discharge, approaching period discharge or pregnancy discharge. There are many causes for vaginal discharge in women hun.


White discharge without itching or burning is not a sign of a yeast infection if the discharge is no different from your usual discharge. Women normally have clear or white discharge every day, and this normal discharge is not sign of an infection.


http://www.coolnurse.com/birth control.htmhttp://www.crisispregnancy.com/birth-mother/pregnancy-questions.htmlhttp://www.epigee.org/guide/medfaq.HTMLAnswermost likely you are ovulating at this time--you are most likely to get pregnant when you have alot of white discharge AnswerHi, You can do but a lot of white discharge can be ovulation discharge, because technically its very very rare to find out your 2 weeks pregnant. Its most likely ovulation discharge but if you've had the pregnancy confirmed, then its the pregnancy discharge.


Yes this is normal, providing the discharge is white or clear and does not have a odour.


White or clear discharge a few weeks before an expected menstrual cycle typically means that a woman is or has ovulated. Ovulation is the release of an egg from the ovaries. This egg, when fertilized by semen, becomes an embryo, attaches to the uterine wall, and develops into a fetus A common first symptom of pregnancy is "spotting" or implantation bleeding, which can be mistaken for an early, very light period; however, not all women experience this symptom.



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