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Thick white discharge related to ovulation and pregnancy

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I recently had sex with my boyfriend, and white thick discharge kept coming out. I have strept throat and I am taking an antibiotic. My discharge is not creamy like a yeast infection. It don't have pain when I have sex either. Can this be from the medicine? Or is there a slight chance Im pregnant?


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replied September 17th, 2009
Am I Pregnant Answer A7271
A thick white discharge is normally seen at the time of ovulation. So, if you are anywhere near your ovulation date, then this is a possibility (say 10-17 days after the start of your last period as you are in).


Thus, though pregnancy too causes a white discharge, chances are less that you are actually pregnant now. However, you can become in the next few days if there is fertilization of an egg with sperm and it gets implanted. It is too early to confirm pregnancy now.


Yeast infections, to begin with, only cause a white vaginal discharge without causing itching or pain during sex.


It would be good to wait for your expected date of the next period and see if you have it. Also, you can watch the white discharge and see how it behaves. Consult your gynecologist then.


It is difficult to comment beyond this without examining you, nor can a confirmed diagnosis be given over the internet. Hope this helps. Take care!




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