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Unprotected sex, white vaginal discharge, delayed menstrual cycle. Early signs of pregnancy?

hello doctor m married in da month of jan. In the month of feb 9th i have got periods my next cycle in the month of march has not yet started m been checked pregnancy test at home but it was negative result. but still i have that white lubricant coming as i heard tht would not come during the mensturation time but still i have doubt whether m pregnant r not but there r no symptoms as of now.
Asked On : Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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If you did not get a positive pregnancy test, you may repeat the test after a few days as a test taken too early may not be true. You can also get a blood test and a trans-vaginal sonogram if your periods are delayed by more than a week and if you are always prompt on your dates. White vaginal discharge is a normal phenomenon and is profuse during the time of ovulation, just before the onset of menstruation and during pregnancy. See a specialist for further assessment. Take care.
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