Me and my husband have been trying again for a baby since our loss in Jan. We started trying again in June. We feel we are emotionally ready to try again; However, today during intercourse we noticed i have a lot of discharge. A lot more than normal and its a thick grey. There was no odor. Its just thick. I looked up signs thinking it was an infection but then they say it can potentially mean early pregnancy! I have no itching or flaming sensation down there which would mean infections. So has any one who was in their first trimester (EARRRRLY PREGGGNANCY) had these symptoms. I really need to know, if not I need to contact my OB GYN.
okay i got two positive pregnancy test in a row with clear blue (first urine & seceond urine) I was still skeptical and took another with with drinking gatorade and it was first response.. it came negative. I also went back to show the fam the two positives and now the color on one is barrrreely there and the first one the line is half missing on the bottom... am i pregnant or am i going nuts!!!
I was told a positive result is never wrong! I used the clearblue digital test coz if its very early it wil stil pick it up and it says pregnant or not preg so cant confuse it. Also if the negitive test was using ur 3rd urine it mite b a bit weak. Best of luck
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