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Discharge (Definition)

Discharge can be a noun or a verb; it has multiple meanings in physics, chemistry, military, and legal usage. The most common medical meaning is a substance that is being excreted. Examples: pus is the discharge from a pimple; a vaginal discharge can mean infection; an ear discharge can mean an infection of the outer ear tract; a nasal discharge ...Read more


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Clear jelly discharge with brown line in it 5 days after period?

Clear jelly discharge with brown line in it 5 days after period?

Dry blood: The brown color in the discharge is probably old blood that can be seen a week after a period. If you start have pain or the discharge smells bad then you need to be seen by a gyn. ...Read more

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Is clear jelly discharge an early sign of pregnancy?

Is clear jelly discharge an early sign of pregnancy?

Not typically: While there are changes in the cervix with pregnancy (increased blood flow and bluish color on exam), an increase in a clear jelly like discharge is not one of them. If you believe that you are pregnant, then take a pregnancy test now and repeat it in one week. ...Read more

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My partner (aged 53)has odourless clear jelly discharge from her vagina. But has no womb or ovaries....what is it ?

My partner (aged 53)has odourless clear jelly discharge from her vagina. But has no womb or ovaries....what is it ?

S/p hysterectomy: it depends what was the reason and extent of the hysterectomy. If the cervix was left in there can be discharge, even without a cervix there cane be discharge from residual estrogen conversion peripherally , more so if the partner is full figured. If the hysterectomy was for cancer insure thers/pe is no residual or recurrent issues. Lastly ask if any jellies or creams were used for lubrication. ...Read more

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Clear jelly discharge with a little pink blood, 2 weeks after period?

Clear jelly discharge with a little pink blood, 2 weeks after period?

Normal: Most women's discharge when they ovulate turns clear and watery like you describe. That usually happens about 2 weeks after your last period starts. That is the time when you are fertile, so make sure you are using effective birth control. Good luck. ...Read more

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I have been gettin a clear jelly discharge is this normal?? Im not pregnant!

I have been gettin a clear jelly discharge is this normal?? Im not pregnant!

Discharge: You are probably ovulating! Clear jelly dicharge is considered to be NORMAL if you are "mid-cycle" and also if there is no odor or itching. Hormonal changes causes thinning of cervical mucous to allow sperm pentration to fertilize the egg released from your ovary. ...Read more

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White thick clear jelly discharge on birth control, first month what could it be?

Cervical mucous: this is considered normal sexual mucous secretion; however, if you have had unprotected sexual penetration, get an STD screen. I am confused since you are listed as a male? ...Read more

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I have a clear jelly discharge. I have no itch or smell. And im not pregnant. What could be the problem?

I have a clear jelly discharge. I have no itch or smell. And im not pregnant. What could be the problem?

Possible Ovulation: Women have clear strechy mucus discharge during ovulation, if you are in the middle of your cycle, this may be it. ...Read more

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I am midcycle and I have noticed some brown , red and clear jelly discharge. Is this a sign of pregnancy ?

I am midcycle and I have noticed some brown , red and clear jelly discharge. Is this a sign of pregnancy ?

If you had your: last period normally - this is not likely to be a pregnancy indicator. However, if you miss your next period - please do take a home pregnancy test. Take care. ...Read more

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Missed a bc pill had clear jelly discharge next day. Week later had a spot of brown/bloody discharge and cramps for four days. What could cause this?

Missed a bc pill had clear jelly discharge next day. Week later had a spot of brown/bloody discharge and cramps for four days. What could cause this?

Breakthrough bleed: Breakthrough bleeding (bleeding at the wrong time) is very common on birth control. It happens in about 1/3 of users. Its no big deal and usually self corrects over time. If you are not satisfied or it continues to happen then consider using a different birth control method. It is a common side effect and does not mean something is wrong or that the pill is not working. ...Read more

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