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Q: Vaginal Discharge/Pregnancy ( No Answer,   6 Comments )
Subject: Vaginal Discharge/Pregnancy
Category: Health > Women's Health
Asked by: bridgetr568-ga
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Posted: 12 Apr 2005 20:35 PDT
Expires: 12 May 2005 20:35 PDT
Question ID: 508616
How do I know if it's just vaginal discharge or implantation bleeding?

Clarification of Question by bridgetr568-ga on 12 Apr 2005 20:37 PDT
I have been on the pill for 2.5 months, but the sex I had wasn't protected
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: Vaginal Discharge/Pregnancy
From: stressedmum-ga on 12 Apr 2005 20:50 PDT
"How do I know if it's just vaginal discharge or implantation bleeding?"

You go to the doctor or health centre immediately and they examine you
properly and find out for sure! Go on, what are you waiting for?
Subject: Re: Vaginal Discharge/Pregnancy
From: no_pseudonym-ga on 12 Apr 2005 21:41 PDT
I agree with stressedmum. Rather than taking the opinion of people
over the internet, its best to get professional advice on this.  Call
up your gynaecology or visit the nearest hospital.
Subject: Re: Vaginal Discharge/Pregnancy
From: no_pseudonym-ga on 12 Apr 2005 21:41 PDT
Subject: Re: Vaginal Discharge/Pregnancy
From: dancethecon-ga on 12 Apr 2005 22:04 PDT
I agree with stressedmum and no_pseudonym: see a health care
professional as soon as possible. If you have trouble affording a
private doctor, see a free clinic, emergency room, or other agency
that can give you a lab-quality pregnancy test and sound medical
advice at no charge or for little cost.


P.S. I'm saying this just in case you might not know it (if you do,
apologies in advance): If you even have the smallest hint that you
might be pregnant, please don't drink any alcohol until you get a
negative test result from a medical lab. Alcohol injested by the
mother can harm an in-utero baby.

Subject: Re: Vaginal Discharge/Pregnancy
From: baz2121-ga on 05 May 2005 05:27 PDT
Vaginal discharge usually isn't red in colour like an implantational
bleed would be. Also, vaginal discharges are purulent (pus-like)
usually, and come with a very strong offensive odour and are usually
associated with labial infection or STIs. See a doctor ASAP to check,
untreated infections can lead to PID and other complications. The pill
can also increase your chances of STIs by the way.
Subject: Re: Vaginal Discharge/Pregnancy
From: kriswrite-ga on 05 May 2005 08:29 PDT
Any time you have non-menstrual bleeding, you should call your obgyn.
Usually, your doctor or his or her nurse can answer many of your
questions over the phone--or they will advise you to come in for an
appointment right away.


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