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Asked by Jewels64Dylan

Q: white thick creamy/sticky discharge in underwear @ 5dpo. (no smell or itch) Any idea y? pregnancy??

So im 5dpo and this morning I was having really bad cramps on my right side were my ovary would be, actually its been on and off all day today..(srry if tmi)~â?º Also last night I dtd with my Love and while I was on top I had the worst achy pain round my right ovary like he was hitting sumthing. Now I jst went to the bathroom and my underwear had ALOT of white kinda thick creamy/sticky discharge. It doesn't itch or smell either. Anyone knw y I had that pain last night or y the the discharge? pregnant ladies did ya'll have this also @ 5po?? Any help would be appreciated.. good or bad.. :) thanks

This question was asked Jun. 3, 2012 12:23am
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Answered by a member - Jun. 3, 2012 9:44am
Don't read too much into symptoms. You don't have to have symptoms to be pregnant. So many months I swore I was pregnant based on all the symptoms, but never was. The one month I didn't have any symptoms, I got my BFP. CM varies so much from woman to woman that it is not a reliable indicator of pregnancy. At 5 dpo it is way to soon to know if you are pregnant or not anyway. Implantation takes 6-12 days and then another few days until hcg levels build in your body. You won't likely experience pregnancy-related symptoms until all that happens. So, to answer your question, I am pregnant and I did not experience anything like that at 5 dpo. Wait until AF is due to try testing, it's too early to know. Good luck:-)

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Answered by a member - Jun. 3, 2012 1:29am
No your pee wouldn't be cloudy unless you have a uti or a pretty bad yeast infection but even then a yeast infection most likely won't cloud your urine. And yeast infections do not always itch. I have went for a regular pap and my dr noticed some yeast one time and I was shocked to hear it cuz I wasn't itching at all. Also creamy cm can look like that. Some ladies do get it in early pg but usually an increase in cm comes a bit later on, it is common to get an increase in cm before your period also. I have had 4 pregnancies and only in one did I notice more cm. As for medical info I am a RN so I do know what I am talking about when we talk about cloudy urine and discharge. Any infection can be asymptomatic down there, even bacterial infections may not produce symptoms. Reading into signs and symptoms will only drive you nuts for the tww.. I'm not trying to sound harsh, believe me, I have def done it myself!

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Answered by Jewels64Dylan - Jun. 3, 2012 1:19am
I dnt really think so.. cuz it jst started today and wouldnt my urine be cloudy?? my urine is clear btw. it doesnt burn when i pee or itch .. but thanks anyways for the help appreciate it and yes i have a dr appt due nxt week due to irregular periods. :)

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Answered by a member - Jun. 3, 2012 1:05am
You can still have a yeast infection that does not itch, go see a dr

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