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Is my clear, wet, white, stretchy discharge a sign of early pregnancy?
i had sex on the 23rd, sixteen days after my last period. i was told by the doctor that that day was my most fertile day. the guy ejaculated in me and about six days later i started to have this bleeding like a period but it was a week early before my actual period was due. it was kinda heavy like a normal period but i have heard about decidual bleeding and i think that could have been it. then the next week when i was supposed to actually start i never did. it hasnt been quite a week yet since my actual period was due. but now i have been experiencing stomach cramps, lower back aches, fatigue, loss of appetite, frequent need to urinate, and my breasts are starting to get a little bit tender. if i am pregnant i would be like four or five weeks along. off and on i have been having white smears of discharge on my underware and it was really wet. today i had a glob of this clear, white, very stretchy discharge and i was wondering if this is normal in early pregnancy and if i could be pregnant. i have taken some test but they all come back negative. but i think its too early. the box said to wait about 19 days after intercourse and if it comes back negative to wait three more days. i am sixteen years old and i really need some answers on this.
im having all those signs as well but my period isnt due for another 10 days. Im having that exact discharge. Ive thought i was prego b4 n never had this discharge. Its very gross. Stay calm, wait about a week or two, take a urine test or vist the doc for a blood test. Im only 18 girl n im freakn out so dnt feel bad, i understand. U can go read n cmnt on my post, lemme no when exactly your signs began to appear n if they are the same as me
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