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Can a whitish/clear cervical mucus be a sign/symptom of early pregnancy?

Possibly. However, unless you are late for your period and have been having unprotected intercourse it probably is not. These discharges can be from infections or hormonal changes as well. Read more...

Can no cervical mucus be s sign of pregnancy of it is just some before period sign??

Unusual? Is this unusual for you? Are you late in your period? If so probably it would be good to get a pregnancy test especially if you are very suspicious. Depending in what other symptoms you are presenting changes like these might also be related to infection or hormonal changes which could be just transient or if persistent, longstanding. Consult your GYN provider if symptoms persist. Read more...
Cervical mucus. plug is not a reliable sign of any particular state. Read more...
Wives tales. Please use this question to change your future and your daughters futures. No cervical or vaginal discharge is of any reliable measure of a menstrual if pregnancy state or cycle. It is a lot of wasted energy to be examining any if these fluids to get clues about your health. Read more...
Possible. But, as a physician we would like get confirmed with a home pregnancy test. We don't like to guess. Please run a home pregnancy test. Read more...

Is cervical mucus in early pregnancy clear and stretchy?

Usually thin, white. ; milky. Classic pregnancy sxs begin when period is missed or thereafter (6-8 wks). Sx’s can include: tender /swollen breasts, nausea or vomiting; lack of period; ^ frequency of urination; headaches, insomnia, fatigue. Moodiness, mild cramping, food cravings ; aversions; passing gas; enlarging waist line ; ^ white, milky vaginal discharge. Take pregnancy test to know. Read more...

Can yellowish/clear cervical mucus be an early symptom of pregnancy?

Vag dc. Not really. IF you are concerned you are pregnant, check home pregnancy test on first morning urine. If negative, recheck again in 1 week. If both negative, HIGHLY unlikely you are pregnant. Yellowish discharge can be signs of irritation or infection. Clear mucous is normal. Hope thishelps. Best of luck Dr R . Read more...
Could be. It could be. If you think you are pregnant, take a test at home or see your doctor. Cervical discharge may also indicate infection that needs treatment, especially if you are pregnant. . Read more...
Discharge. Having a milky, thin and odorless discharge is common during pregnancy but Yellowish, malodor discharge is not normal and could be sign of infection. Read more...
Not reliable. This is not a reliable enough indicator to be used as a primary way to determine pregnancy. A urine home test is better. Read more...