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Early Pregnancy Leukorrhea
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Vaginal discharge?: In the setting of an ectopic pregnancy, patients will present with: 1. A missed period 2. Daily spotting 3. Pain on the right or left 4. A history of prior std or ectopic many women present with no risk factors, so this should always be suspected in the setting of any of the symptoms above.
Hormonal effect: I would tend to see this as a completely different problem that the ectopic pregnancy itself, and should be the least of your worries. If you have been identified as having an ectopic, you should be receiving treatment now. Once the ectopic has been addressed, if the leukorrhea does not resolve, then this needs further evaluation as well.
I am 5 weeks pregnant. Up to this point I had lots of leukorrhea. All of the sudden is stopped, does this mean that my pregnancy is not progressing?
Building a Barrier: Just as soon as you ovulate (in order to get pregnant) you begin a change in your cervical mucous that creates a barrier to prevent the upward transmission of pathogens from the vagina into the uterus (a mucous plug). Some of that discharge could just be extra up until the plug is established. Hard to say, but I don't think anything is wrong here.
Leukorrhea: Do you mean white discharge or leukorrhea? White discharge that has a watery, sometimes snot appearance is very common during pregnancy and is mucus that the cervix is producing. If there is vaginal itching, irritation, a foul odor, cramping, painful urination associated with discharge, it could be an infection and an evaluation by an ob is recommended
No: No, leukorrhea does not correlate with depression. However, leukorrhea can sometimes correlate with vaginal infection. It might be depressing if you had this and did not get it treated.
M having leukorrhea desease from past 10 years, got married before 4 months, could I be possibly pregnant?
What?: You are asking us to guess if you are pregnant without sharing with us your specific menstrual, sexual, and most importantly ovulatory history?
I am suffering from leukorrhea since 2 years. I want to get rid of it. Kindly help me. Sometimes there is an inflammation also.
Leukorrhea: Is sometimes normal but it usually is due to non infectious processes and usually hormonal speak with your OB/GYN for further treatment
I'm suffering from Leukorrhea from 4 years and I'm virgin... what precautions should I follow? And what treatments should I do?
None: Except normal hygiene, it is normal.Get a more detailed answer ›
Vaginal discharge: Leukorrhea is not a disease. It is excess vaginal discharge. Most often, it is a symptom of high estrogen (physiologic) such as pregnancy. It could also be from an inflammatory condition of vagina or cervix. In cases where it is yellow/green or malodorous, you would need to see a doctor since it could be a sign of several disease processes, such as a common bacterial infection or an STI.
Maybe if there was a: Little old blood mixed in. Leukorrhea is normal vaginal discharge (d/c). D/c is composed of cellular debris, vaginal secretions ; bacteria ; is stimulated by ^ vaginal blood flow ; ^ estrogen. D/c ^ is seen w ovulation (clear/stretchy), clear/watery or white d/c both occur during menstrual cycle.; pregnancy (white/ milky). It can be thin or thick ; white to yellowish. Leukorrhea usually doesn't.
Take a test: The easiest way to find out if you are pregnant is to check a home pregnancy test. Pick one up at the store and get an answer quick. I would not think this type of discharge would be related to pregnancy. After checking your pregnancy test see your doctor for testing for the discharge.
22w3d pregnant. There are days when I have lots of leukorrhea and some days I barely have any. Is that normal? Today nothing yesterday lots when wiped
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