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Discharge after 2 weeks after my period. Is that a sign of pregnancy or a infection ?

having discharge after 2 weeks after my period. Is that a sign of pregnancy or a infection?
Asked On : Fri, 26 Nov 2010
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Discharge during the initial stages of pregnancy is one among various early pregnancy symptomspregnancy symptoms. Triggered by hormonal change the body undergoes, pregnancy symptoms discharge is categorized typically by clear or whitish mucous based discharge known as Leukorrhea. This vaginal discharge is mild smelling and does not causes much irritation. Early pregnancy discharge is almost like increased vaginal discharge just before the monthly cycle.
If its foul or fishy in odour which is a sign of infection i suggest you to get examined by a gynaecologist.Best way to rule out pregnancy would be by a Urine pregnancy test.

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Answered: Sat, 27 Nov 2010
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