My period is 3 days late and I have milky white discharge… pregnancy?

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    Womanish71

    Hello my dear friends,

    I stopped using Cyclofem last month, but I’ve been using it for 1 year. From August this year onwards, I haven’t used any contraceptive method again. Now my period is 3 days late and 5 days ago I had a pinkish to milky discharge, although it was a very small quantity, and stomach ache. The question is today I have this kind of mucus again, but this time is white, almost clear and stretchy. Apart from that signs, I don’t have any other typical pregnancy symptom (no nausea, no vomiting…) , but I have a constant need to urinate.

    Please, give some guidance because I’m really willing to have a baby!

    Thanks

    09/29/2015 at 11:27 am
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    Sandra F.
    Fertility counselor

    Hello,

    You are likely to be pregnant, but the only way you can be sure is by taking a pregnancy test. If more than 15 days after having unsafe sex have passed and you’ve fallen pregnant, the test will be positive without doubt.

    09/29/2015 at 12:12 pm
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      karoline wing

      Hello Sandra, my husband and I are trying to conceive but my concern is this:

      My last period started on March, 17. Then we had unprotected sex 11 days later (March, 28) and then again after 4 days (April, 1) which was on day 15 of my cycle. Then on April, 4 I spotted a little bit when I went to the toilet. This is very strange as I was on day 19 of my cycle, so it was too early for my period to show up.

      Can you tell me what’s going on? I think it is too early for pregnancy, isn’t it? I don’t think fertilization has already happened…

      Thanks.

      04/07/2016 at 1:54 pm
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      Sandra F.
      Fertility counselor

      Dear karoline,

      if you’ve engaged into unsafe sexual intercourse with ejaculation inside the vagina on days 15 and 19 of your cycle—a woman’s most fertile days—, chances of pregnancy exist and therefore the spotting you’ve seen may be implantation bleeding. However, implantation bleeding occurs usually in a concrete period of time and not spreads throughout several days randomly. Keeping this is mind, it is likely to be due to some kind of hormonal imbalance or menstrual irregularity.

      My advice is that you wait up until your period due date. If it doesn’t start when expected (between April, 19 and 22), then take a pregnancy test to rule out any chance of pregnancy.

      Regards

      04/07/2016 at 2:58 pm
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    Michael

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    08/30/2017 at 8:57 am
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    snowball

    Hello, my last period was the 16th of August 2017, it’s now the 18th of september and period still isn’t here. I’ve been getting cramps achy back feeling sick on and off not much tho and no sign of period just white creamy discharge periods are always on time? Could I be pregnant

    09/18/2017 at 9:36 am
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      Sandra F.
      Fertility counselor

      Dear snowball,

      If you’ve had unprotected sex, then yes, maybe your period is missing due to pregnancy. My advice is that you take a pregnancy test.

      I hope I have been able to help,

      Best

      09/18/2017 at 10:43 am
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    babydust17

    So today is my third day of my missed period . I have mild pressure on my abdomen. Headaches on and off. Sleepy all the time (more than usual).gas. Trying to conceive .had sex the day before I ovulated and a couple days before . Just not the day of. The thing is … I keep getting negative results on my HPT’s. I need help

    11/26/2017 at 9:38 pm
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      Sandra F.
      Fertility counselor

      Dear babydust17,

      For how long have you been trying to conceive? Keep in mind that one year is considered a normal time period before visiting a fertility specialist.

      Don’t quit trying!

      Best of luck

      11/27/2017 at 12:47 pm
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    hienkz

    I had my period last 10/27, and it is now 12/4 and I didn’t have my period, I remember about 2 weeks of my cycle, i never had my white mens which is usually the sign before having my menstruation 2 weeks prior to my AF, i was sick the whole week. On 11/20 my boyfriend came home, and we had protected sex, and 11/25 at first he inserted his in to my ****** without protection for a few seconds, then uses a condom he always ejaculates outside, and after that day we groomed his dog and I got sick for 2 days. 11/24 is the day that I was supposed to have my period, and it didn’t show up, and on 11/29 i had white thick discharge for just a small amount of time and I was thinking that I just ovulated late, and during my bus trip I had this urge to vomit, and had to go down to the bus and ended up puking on the grass, so for 11/30 I had a little clear discharge that day, and on 12/1 I had a pinch brown discharge and it’s 12/4 now no signs of other symptoms, and just now I have been peeing a lot this morning, but I was drinking lots of water today. we also took PT 12/1 9 days since our last intercourse on 11/25 and when I peed on the PT, the T line showed first and then disappeared and the C line showed thick line. what could be the reason? am I pregnant or not? also I am also planning to go for another test this coming friday to make sure, now I am 10 days late, and I’m all stressed for the past week now, I am always regular and have never missed a cycle, my cycle is 28-29 days

    12/04/2017 at 3:52 am
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      Sandra F.
      Fertility counselor

      Dear hienkz,

      If you didn’t have unprotected sex earlier than on 11/25, it’s very unlikely that you’re pregnant unless you tell me you had unprotected sex before. Anyways, it’s only been one cycle, so it’s unlikely.

      If you do not want an unplanned pregnancy to occur, I strongly recommend that you have a look at our Guide to Birth Control Methods, and choose the one that is most suitable for you.

      I hope this helps,

      Best wishes

      12/04/2017 at 8:43 am
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      hienkz

      Thanks for the response, what could be other possible reasons aside from pregnancy? could it be stress? or does it really happens that there is a time in your life that you will experience a missed period?

      12/04/2017 at 12:59 pm
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      Sandra F.
      Fertility counselor

      Yes, there exist other reasons aside from pregnancy that can lead to a delayed period. If you miss a complete cycle, my advice is that you go visit your doctor to run a routine blood test and have your overall state of health evaluated. It is common for a woman’s menstrual period to come later than expected from time to time due to periods of stress, for example, but it ends up showing up eventually.

      The most common reasons behind a missed period (other than pregnancy) include:

      – Major weight loss
      – Excessive exercise
      – Stress
      – Thyroid irregularities
      PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome)
      – Gluten intolerance (Celiac Disease)
      – Using Birth Control Methods
      Early menopause

      12/04/2017 at 1:07 pm
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