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Forum Name: Obstetrics
Question: Pregancy ?
|Gem - Tue May 31, 2005 7:04 am||
I am one day late of my period. I have a long but regualr cycle of 40 days. The day that my period is due, I experienced lots of white mucus which I have never experienced before. It is this a a sign of pregancy or can you have wet mucus before you have your perod. I am also experience lots of bloating and lower cramps.
|Shannon Morgan, CMA - Wed Jun 01, 2005 3:50 pm||
It is possible, there tends to be more thick mucous in pregnancy. You can test even at one day late in most all pregnancy tests you can purchase at a pharmacy. It would be best to make it first morning urine, tho, it will be more concentrated. The bloating and cramps are very common symptoms to have right before a period, so I wouldn't put too much stock in that. If you are only late one day, you would only technically be a couple of weeks into a pregnancy, not really far enough to have symptoms yet.
Sometimes, if you are really worried about it, it will delay your period and cause a vicious cycle of worrying and waiting. I suggest you do a pregnancy test tomorrow a.m., if it is the result you want, you can stop worrying! :D
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