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You are ttc and you ovulated on 1017 and am having a lot of cramping and no af but am having a lot of white discharge no stds or infection and no smell is this a symptom of pregnancy?

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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.

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Hello. Yes, you could be pregnant but the leg cramping makes me think its a urinary tract infection.


Yes you can. I had cramping from the day I ovulated til 6 weeks into the pregancy. I thought AF would come but nope I was preggers! YAY!


It is possible. I knew when I ovulated with my first child and I had cramping like that. Mine was from a cyst that formed after the egg burst through which is why it was cramping only on side. With my other 2 children and with 1 miscarriage I also had cramping all over just from the changes in ligaments etc... My miscarriage was a blighted ovum and had nothing to do with the cramping. Slight cramping in early pregnancy is very common.


If you know for sure you ovulated then, no it cannot be pregnancy. Your egg may only be viable up to 24 hours after it has been released. Even if out was fertilized, it would be unable to implant.


Are you sure you ovulated a few days ago and not now? There's always a possibility but the baby wouldn't be implanted yet so it's to soon to tell.


Unless you ovulated late, very slim


oestrogen prevents regnancy by stopping the eggs being ovulated x


This is normal & isn't a indication of pregnancy. Your cervix is high because you just ovulated.


Sore breasts and cramping are normal at this stage in your cycle. You are probably ovulating or have just ovulated and this often causes sore breasts and cramping. If you miss your period, take a test


Its not, since you have probably not even ovulated yet.


Yes. It is possible to get pregnancy, even if you have never ovulated. You have not ovulated in past is not a proof that you will not ovulate this time. The test of ovulation or the method by you do the ovulation is by no means foolproof. You may get the ovulation one day after the sexual intercourse. The sperms are still capable of giving you pregnancy.


Ovulation causes cramping sometimes. Many women do not feel this sensation. I can always tell when I have ovulated or am ovulating. My doctor always asks me if I have noticed any pain before he does my sonogram to see if I am ovulating. I have been amazingly accurate. It depends on the size of your folllicular cyst which releases the egg. Some months it is quite painful and I am sore for a few days. But, it is not abnormal.


If you ovulated late, then it's possible you are testing too early. Cramping is a sign of your period getting ready to start, but it's also a sign of implantation, you don't start producting the pregnancy hormone until implantation of the fertlized egg into the lining of the uterus, then it takes a few more days for the hormone to start showing up in your blood/urine. ~pawsalmighty


It will depend on when you ovulated. Home pregnancy tests work best when used 14 to 16 days after ovulation.


Depends... if you ovulated already, 14 days or so. If you haven't ovulated, up to 30 days. You need 2 weeks after you ovulate to get an accurate pregnancy test...


Usualy on clomid you ovulate later than usual. So I doubt it, but its possible. If you DID, and you're now late for ur period, a pregnancy test would definitely work by now. But if its negative it pretty much definitely means u didnt ovulate (or ovulated really late)


What exactly do you mean? If you mean that you know you ovulated and AT THE TIME of ovulation, you had some blood, it's normal, and not a sign of pregnancy. If you meant a week or later after you know you ovulated, you may be pregnant.



Hello, Lower abdominal cramping or mild pains is very common prior to & after ovulation. This is basically because you've ovulated.


This can happen yes. The spotting is your withdrawal bleed & is nothing to do with Ovulation. If you had conceived you wouldn't be Ovulating but perform a pregnancy test to be on the safe side.


Progesterone is not pregnancy related. It is a hormone that increases in your blood prior and during your period. It means he is checking to see if you have ovulated that cycle. High progesterone levels indicate that you have ovulated. http://thefertilityshop.com


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.


You should wait to test at least 14 to 16 days after ovulation. However some women don't get accurate readings because they don't know when they ovulated, they ovulated late, or implantation was late. Most women are able to get an accurate home pregnancy test in 4 to 8 weeks of pregnancy. If you get negative home test and still feel that you may be pregnant you should see a Dr for a blood test as it can detect pregnancy much sooner.


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.


If you know for sure you ovulated because of BBT Temp Chart then, if was just ovulation pain and this has no indication of whether or not you have conceived.



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