What does pink discharge mean after the fertile period
The pink discharge after the fertile period may indicate pregnancy because this is one of the symptoms of nesting, which is when the embryo settles in the uterine walls, and can develop until it is ready to be born.
Right after nesting, cells called trophoblasts begin to produce the Beta HCG hormone that fall into the bloodstream. Thus, to confirm the pregnancy, it is not enough to rely on the pink discharge and a blood test of Beta HCG should be performed about 20 days after the day of sexual intercourse, because after that period the amount of this hormone is more easily detected in the blood. .
The following table indicates the amount of this hormone in the blood in the first weeks of pregnancy:
|Gestational Age||Amount of Beta HCG in the blood test|
|Not pregnant - Negative - or test performed too early||Less than 5 mlU / ml|
|3 weeks of gestation||5 to 50 mlU / ml|
|4 weeks of gestation||5 to 426 mlU / ml|
|5 weeks of gestation||18 to 7,340 mlU / ml|
|6 weeks of gestation||1,080 to 56,500 mlU / ml|
|7 to 8 weeks of gestation|
7,650 to 229,000 mlU / ml
Appearance of nesting discharge
The nesting discharge can be similar to egg white, watery or milky, with a pink color, which can come out in small quantities only 1 or 2 times. Some women have a texture similar to mucus or phlegm, with a few strands of blood, which is observed on toilet paper after urinating, for example.
However, not all women are able to notice this small discharge, so it cannot be considered a sign of pregnancy. But if you think you may be pregnant, take the test below: