Hi. I am 7 weeks weeks pregnant and about two weeks ago I had a big glop of clear jelly like discharge. I was a little paniced, but then nothing else happened so I figured it was normal. Now this morning I had a very little bit of the same kind of clear jelly like discharge. Is this normal? Please advise.
This happened to me in a previous pregnancy and also my friend who is due in August. I just read that it is normal for body secretions to be "jelly like" b/c it's preparing for pregnancy. I don't remember exactly what it said but remembered thinking "okay...this is good!" Was there any brown or red coloring in the discharge? That would concern me, and I would contact your doctor.
ive just had tha same thing. i did 2 pregnancy tests yeasterday which were positive, i have also done 2 which were negative so pressumed i wasnt pregnant but have just had this jelly like discharge. not sure what to think now?
i am tryin to find out if it could mean signs of pregnancy as i have been gettin it for 3 days now but my period isnt late so am not sure what to think. i have a little girl an i do remeber getting jelly clear discharge but i was about 7 or 8 months gone so i dont know wot to think maybe just waite and see if my period comes on time which i dont think in will as my last one was ten weeks late ???
i HAVE MISSED MY PERIOD FOR TWO MONTHS, SOOO SORE NIPPLES, IM SOO BLOATED TOO. IVE TAKIN 5 HPT AND TWO BLOOD TEST ALL NEG. COULD SOMEONE PLEASE HELP???? I HAVE HAD SORE NIPPLES FOR ALMOST A WEEK AND TODAY I WENT TO THE BATHROOM AND HAD JELLY LIKE DISCHARGE. WHATS GOING ON???
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