No. Excessive vaginal discharge that is similar in appearance to ovulation discharge, can be a indication of pregnancy. A vaginal odour is usually a indication of a thrush infection.
Abdominal cramps can indicate pregnancy, Ovulation, approaching period & UTI. Vaginal cramps is most likely caused by a yeast infection.
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.
Hello - Thick cervical mucus discharge (vaginal discharge) is often a sign of Ovulation, approaching period or pregnancy related.
in pregnancy vaginal bleeding is very very light. so that that you really dont need a pantie liner. the spotting also is usually a brownish color and not a bright red period blood.
The signs of ovulation are vaginal discharge, cramps,and mood swings.
No, vaginal infection will not stop ovulation. Infections have no direct variation with ovulation or fertility. However, one should avoid infection while pregnant.
A womans cervix changes while her body is going through ovulation, period, progesterone cycles and vaginal discharge. I wouldn't rely on the cervix as being a indication of pregnancy. Do a pregnancy test.
Menstruation causes vaginal bleeding but vaginal bleeding can also be caused by other factors like a tubal pregnancy, an abrasion in the vagina or on the cervix. Menstruation is simply the breakdown of the uterine lining. Vaginal bleeding that is not caused by menstruation needs to investigated, it could be from a tubal pregnancy or other internal problem that could be dangerous to your health.
Yes. Spotting can happen between periods for several reasons. Birth control pills, ovulation,vaginal dryness or infection and stress can all be contributing factors toward spotting between periods.
A vaginal discharge which looks like egg-whites is ovulation discharge. Prior to your period or after your period it is very common and normal to experience a white vaginal discharge that is not pregnancy related. It is your vagina keeping itself fresh and clean and preventing bacteria from causing a infection. But during pregnancy, a increase in vaginal discharge does occur and it continues to increase every few days.