I had a miscarrage 3 years ago and had no luck since. A year before I got pregnant I got off birth control and ever since then I have had irregular periods. Before I got pregnant I was put on a medicine to make me regular and then was put on a fertility drug. Since the miscarriage my periods are still not normal. I can go 2, even 3 months without a period. My doctor can not figure out why. He wants me to go see an endicrinologist but I have not dont it yet. Also, a white sticky discharge has to do with the beginning or end of your period right? Or does that mean you are ovulating? I am just wondering because I have been cramping the last week so my husband and I went ahead and had sex last night in case I start. (he will not have sex while I am on my period) Last night I bled a little after sex but did not start. All day today I have had white sticky discharge.Right not I am two months late. What is this all about?View Thread
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