Also another thing my hubby said that he thinks that i may have been pregnant at least one time before (of course since we have been together) because he said he has seen "some white stuff" in the toilet and he thinks and is sure or confident at least that what that white stuff is - is my egg or "parts of my egg" which if he is right and what we are thinking is correct - thinking that that results and resulted in me having a miscarriage. Is that true and what is was/is ? sorry i do not want to confuse anyone. I can add that i did not have as i recall a period in January and then on Feb 1st and 2nd and a "tiny bit" on the 3rd and then nothing since. And then last night i saw "more white stuff" they were like "little circle" type "things" in the toilet last night. I asked about it and my hubby about it and he is like "i think it's part of your egg, baby your fine! i am sure when you get pregnant and it takes everything will be fine. " he was assuring me. I Just want to have a family and for there not to be anything wrong with me and there be no problems of any kind if at all possible.View Thread
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