It means you had discharge. White discharge is common in women pregnant or not, and the amount will vary depending on the female and where she is in her cycle. In regards to your other question, it can feel like your cycle will start but it doesn't mean it will. Watch and see what happens and if it does, more than likely it is due to the EC. Overall, you're still looking way too much into this. Most of all these are just everyday usual bodily functions.
Hey another thing, I've had a period since the EC, but I'm concernd about the next 1. From research I've read its possible to miss it. If I abstain till the nxt period, but it doesn't come. Can that still mean I'm pregnant? Or is that more likely due to the EC, which may delay the period?
That's actually wrong. Women most defiantly can have periods while pregnant. Please do not give false information to someone. It all depends on the woman. Always check with your doctor do not listen to have cocked ideas from someone who clearly doesn't know for sure.
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