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Answered 2005-08-25 03:58:59

Normal vaginal discharge during pregnancy called leukorrhea is thin, white, milky and mild smelling. It's nothing to worry about, but don't douche or use a tampon if it's thick enough to bother you.


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Your mucus plug might of broke, I would talk to your ob/gyn

If you are a female and you are noticing a "milky" discharge leaking from your nipple, logic would infer that it is milk. This would be the case if you are pregnant, have recently had a child, or have recently been pregnant (possibly miscarried). If none of these are the case, you should see your doctor.

Milky discharge from your vagina? Probably not, that is usually a sign of ovulation. You should be getting your period soon after. Milky discharge from your breasts, possibly. If you are unsure, go see your doctor or take a home pregnancy test. No. It is possible to be pregnant. Cramping is usually an early sign of implantation and the white milky discharge can also be a sign. I would advise you to take a HPT or go to your doctor to be tested. That's the only way to be sure.

Vaginal wall, cervix, discharge. Pretty much the same as you would when you're not pregnant.

If it is white, clumpy, cottage cheese like discharge then you have a yeast infection that's the only reason you would discharge when pregnant.

Do you mean in the vagina?That would be a discharge =/

I would say the discharge is from ovulating. A clear discharge is common when a woman ovulates.

It can do, but this should not be taken as an indication of pregnancy.

You may be pregnant, so I would recommend you perform a pregnancy test. Another possibility is that the raw egg discharge is ovulation discharge.

Some women have a harmless, physiologic (normal) discharge early in pregnancy. At the point when you'd expect to notice this, your pregnancy test would be positive.

Yes. When you are pregnant your hormones go up and more than you think would happen. When and if it turns yellow or greenish, itchy or smelly,you should see your doctor because you might have an infection

why would anyone eat tissue paper? i would say dont eat it while pregnant or not pregnant.

This could quite possibly mean that you are pregnant as clear discharge is a sign of the mucus plus forming therefor when you get pregnant sometimes you get the discharge of the excess. I would say try taking a pregnancy test to make sure and if that is not it then you should see the doctor to find out what the discharge could be.

No it is not normal to have your period while pregnant. I have heard of some small spotting while pregnant but if you have your full period while you think you are pregnant, you thought wrong. You would not be pregnant.

I would think you are going into the ovulation phase of your cycle, with the discharge being the first sign of fertile mucus. The discharge will increase, then become clearer and stretchy like egg white - at this point you are most fertile. The lower abdominal pain could be ovulation pain which can be a dull ache.

Sleeping would have no effect on the time it would take for lime water to turn milky.

It is normal at the beginning of a pregnancy to have discharge. Don't be too alarmed unless it has been going on constantly. I would suggest if it continues to go in to the doctor. There is the sad possibility of a miscarriage but I'm no doctor so get it checked out.

I would avoid anything with artificial sweeteners while pregnant or nursing.

Yes. You can have the same illness you would if you were not pregnant.

If you had your period when you were pregnant you wouldn't be pregnant. There is a chance you could still be pregnant, otherwise you would have a miscarry.

If you have unprotected sex while you were on your period yes you can get pregnant.

It is very agressive and some days after the breeding there will be a thick white discharge from eyes.

Technically yes you can, but I would not.

yes you can have sexual intercourse while pregnant so anal sex would be ok just becarefull

No you really shouldn't be having your period while pregnant and the second part would be normal if you weren't pregnant.

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