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ummm... i don't think so you should go to the docter and have him/her check it out

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Q: Is it normal to have excessive white muscus discharge 1-2 days after sex when 14 weeks pregnant?
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What happens when you have clear discharge when you are pregnant?

Clear discharge during pregnancy is very normal and nothing to be alarmed about. If the discharge is excessive, wear a thin panty liner to absorb the discharge.

Can this discharge mean you are pregnant?

If you have normal menstruation you cannot be pregnant.

Can females with vaginal discharge get pregnant and deliver normal baby?

Every woman has vaginal discharge. It is mroe noticeable when pregnant. Yes you can have a normal healthy baby when having vaginal discharge.

When a woman is pregnant does she have more discharge then normal?


Is a creme colored discharge the day after sex normal or a sign of a miscarriage when 8 weeks pregnant?

White discharge is normal throughout pregnancy.

Why do you get white discharge from your nipples when you press them it is normal or it is bad?

It is not bad it is called lactating. It is normal if you are pregnant.

Is having little to no discharge normal at 6 weeks pregnant?

Yes, perfectly.

Is brown discharge from the breasts normal when not pregnant?

No, you should probably see your doctor.

You 4 weeks pregnant you have discharge with a smudge of red is this normal?

no it is not the baby can die

You just had your period but now you are seeing pink discharge Could you be pregnant?

it is probably just your normal discharge and blood mixed together :)

Can you get discharge 3 weeks pregnant?

Yes. It's very normal. The hormones in pregnancy generally tend make you have more discharge

Is it normal to have a creamy discharge when you are pregnant especially after you urinate?

No not necessarily, everyone is different. The extra discharge could be hormones. Check with your doctor.