Hi There, I been ttc from last 5 months, but no luck yet, this afternoon I had smiley face on my OPK and had intercourse in evening, and after an hour I went to pee, and saw some white particle stuff, what is that? Is it sperm? I thought it can;t come with your pee, as it is supposed to go to diff place..but it happens many time since we started ttc, that I see white stuff in my urine after sex.
I even kept my legs up for 30 minutes after sex, as some says it helps sperm to find it's way..
I am 29 years old and my hubby is 31, I went to the doctor last month and I have 4 small cyst in my right ovary, but he said cyst doens't cause infertility, he said we are young and it shouldn't take longer than 2-3 months to get pregnant
Please help me..I am freaking out thinking that I am not getting pregnant because sperm is leaking out of me.. I will appreciate your response..
I am ttc from last 4 months, and today is my expected period ,but I haven't start bleeding yet, I been spotting very light pink form last 2-3 days mostly when I wipe, yesterday my home pregnancy test & urine test at Doctors was both Negative,Doctor did ultrasound, & said my Uterus looked like it was ready to begin menstruation in an hour and that I had very thick lining about 2.1 or something..yesterday was cycle day 25, i have 25d cycle.I had intercourse on cd 7,8,9,10 and 13.I am not sure if he saw blood in Uterus and that's why said I was going to get my period soon, so If don't get bleeding today, could I be pregnant? Is it possible that the urine test can be wrong?and do you have blood pool in Uterus before missed period if Pregnant?View Thread
I called my Doctor yesterday he said it's possible that I cna be pregnant, he told me to wait for a week and keep doing home pregnancy test but till yesterday I was just spotting light pink, today I saw brown and red spotting too.. what does that mean? Does anyone know or had experience like this, plz share with me, I can't wait for a week (( I don't have any other symptoms, but today I been having headache..View Thread
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