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Taking birth control, sticky and odorless discharge. Sign of pregnancy?

Hi I m 23 on birth control patch, I took my 3rd patch off Sunday The same time I do every Sunday and still no period. The last few months I have it by Tuesday afternoon. last few days I have this discharge that s like (for lack of a better term) a long booger. It s really sticky and doesn t smell. I ve never had discharge like this before. Is there a possibility this is a sign of pregnancy?
Asked On : Sun, 16 Sep 2012
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Hi Dear thanks for your question,your on hormonal contraception,failure rate of which are very less ,hormonal contraception due produce sticky vaginal screations,due to hormone progesterone, you have not mentioned ,how many days your overdue, the type of screations you have mentioned could be in pregnancy,it is batter for you to go for gravidex (pregnancy) test,to know whether your pregnant or not
Answered: Wed, 19 Sep 2012
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