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- Fri Feb 15, 2019 3:25 pm
- Forum: PGD for Single Gene Defects Questions
- Topic: Ovulation discharge
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Discharge does change throughout the month. Typically, as you near ovulation your discharge should be thin, clear and sticky. This type of discharge may be helpful for fertilization as sperm moves to and through the cervix. After ovulation, discharge thickens and is less clear. If you are noticing a...
- Thu Feb 07, 2019 2:47 pm
- Forum: General Questions
- Topic: TTC for over a year and very worried
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Hi Lindy, A normal menstrual cycle lasts up to seven days. Any bleeding that occurs for longer can be a sign of another issue. Most commonly women have uterine polyps or fibroid (benign overgrowths of the uterine lining or muscle). Other issues can include uterine infection, a bleeding disorder or a...
Hi Jamie, I know it all can be confusing. If you are getting periods every month, most likely you are ovulating. Unfortunately, I cannot tell from this ultrasound. This ultrasound shows the size of your ovary, which is normal. But it does not show if you are making an egg this month. To document ovu...