If it is strictly an odor, no. Sometimes odor can be a result of infections though, this can affect your fertility. All women naturally have a vaginal odor. This is because the vagina is a self-cleaning organ. The odor is just the smell of your vagina discharge. This discharge changes with your cycle. When your discharge is clear and stretchy, this is generally the sign that you are ovulating (which is the best time to try to conceive). The odor of discharge is often strongest during ovulation or right before your period. Exercising can also change the consistency and odor of your discharge as well. So to answer your question, odor alone will not affect your fertility but the reason for the odor can affect your fertility.
Having vaginal discharge does not prevent you from getting pregnant. It will not expel the sperm. It is not a way to determine whether or not you are pregnant. You can have discharge at any time, pregnant or not.
Missed period. Nausea or vomiting Cramping Veins on breasts Tender breasts or nipples A line going down your abdomonen from your belly button (not all the time) Headaches Tiredness Excessively urinating Extra or a lot of vaginal discharge similar to ovulation discharge.
Light vaginal bleeding around the time of ovulation, accompanied by pain might be an ovarian cyst. It could also be an ectopic pregnancy. Seeing a doctor is very important.
No, it means you are getting ready to ovulate. If you have sex during the time this type of discharge is present, you can become pregnant. Actually, the thick, sticky vaginal discharge you are talking about actually is an indicator that you are a few days from having your period, it is the discharge that usually takes place after ovulation. you can not get pregnant during this time with a normal cycle, you could, however possibly be in the early stages of pregnancy, for this discharge is very common into early pregnancy, and throughout most of it.
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... female vaginal secreations are also sticky esp around the time of ovulation.
Brown vaginal discharge can be related to your period, it's known as spotting and caused when blood mixes with discharge and takes time to leave the body (thus going brown). It can occur just before or after your period, light periods may be only light spotting like this, or brown discharge can be an indication of bleeding for other reasons like hormonal imbalance or ovulation spotting.
Not at all. Your vaginal discharge changes throughout your menstrual cycle. What you're describing sounds like spinnbarkeit or eggwhite cervical fluid. It is produced during the 3-4 days prior to ovulation and signals that unprotected sex during this time may lead to pregnancy.
I'm not sure what you mean by "problem" but typically cervical discharge during ovulation has an "egg-white" consistency.
The normal vaginal discharge is simply clear fluid. It may become thicker and stickier close to ovulation. Any time discharge is yellowish or greenish, like nasal snot during an infection, it is a sign of bacterial infection. Any time discharge looks like white milk or like cottage cheese, it is a sign of a yeast infection. Please never have intercourse when you have an infection-- it can be passed to a guy who can carry the germs and give it back to you or to whoever else he has sex with.
Your body makes vaginal discharge every day, thoughout the day. It is normal. You can no more get rid of it than you can cleanse your body of saliva in one day. If you have an irritating vaginal discharge, or one with a bad odor, you can see your health care provider for appropriate treatment, but even the treatments that are taken only one time don't cure the problem within one day.