You can experience an excessive amount of discharge during ovulation when your cervix produces an ‘eggy’ white consistency and color mucus which will help conception. In the other word, this mucus is a sign that you are most fertile.During this time, estrogen hormone level in the body is high, which causes the vagina to secrete more discharge than usual. If you see pale white creamy and milky discharge 10-14 days after the first day of your period, it is likely a sign of ovulation, and there is no reason to be concerned about. It is perfectly normal for women to have an excessive amount of milky-white discharge from the vagina in the early stages of pregnancy. It occurs because the vagina prepares for pregnancy, its walls are quite thickened, and mucous membrane becomes to be more active. This type of discharge is often followed by spotting and abdominal (implantation) cramps in the first trimester.During the time, the vagina produces more mucus to keep the cervix sealed, moist, clean, and healthy. From the second trimester, secretion gradually starts to be thicker and creamier. Pay attention to these changes and ask your healthcare advisor for an opinion if you notice any difference in the smell and/or color of the discharge. Even you notice discharge which is more creamy or milky than usual before or after your period, it can merely be the regular part of your menstrual cycle. Don’t worry. Observe and monitor your monthly cycle regularly, and you will learn the way your body works over the years.
Hi..I'm sorry I can't answer your question although I can relate to what you experienced for I am having creamy discharge now after miscarriage.My concern is, how are you now? Did your period arrive? Or are you pregnant?..hoping you're doing well.xoxo