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Do vaginal discharge is an early sign of pregnancy ?

I am a 23 year old female. I was told I had PCOS when I was 15. I recently started taking metformin 1000mg a day. and on 2/11-2/17/11 i took provera. i started my period on 2/19 and ended 2/24. I took Clomid 100mg from 2/23-2/27. on 2/29 i started noticing that i was having more vaginal discharge than normal. on 3/5 I started feeling a lil nauseous and dizzy off and on. well yesterday(3/7/11) i decided to take a look at the vaginal discharge and it is a Milky clear stretchy(like it can stretch more than a inch without breaking) discharge. There is no burning or itching. So my question is, what could the Milky vaginal discharge mean? would it be too early to be pregnant?
Asked On : Wed, 9 Mar 2011
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Small discharges are common especially around the time of ovulation.To know if you are pregnant please do a urine test.
Answered: Wed, 9 Mar 2011
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