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A white discharge turns yellow when it dries, and at the time of conceiving lower abdominal pain, Why ?

I have white discharge and it dries 30 year.i have series of test and antobotics taken.I am trying for a baby for 5month now.what will do to conceive.also have bits around my stomach.not often.during sex with my husband through the back i fell lower abodomen paining me.what could be the cause of this and what will i do so that all these will stop so that i can conceive.
Asked On : Tue, 14 Jun 2011
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Welcome to HCM.

Since you have been trying to conceive for only 5 months, you might as well get pregnant without any treatment. If one tries to conceive for 1 year and does not succeed, then we label that couple as a case of primary / secondary infertility depending on whether they do not have any children or already have one or more children. To become pregnant you should have intercourse between 12th to 18th day of your menstrual cycle, day one being the first day of your menstruation, provided your cycles are fairly regular. If after trying for few more months,you do not succeed, then you need to consult an obstetrician, get complete investigation done of both you and your husband, such as follicular growth study by ultrasound, semen analysis etc. and if indicated the doctor will prescribe medicines to assist you to become pregnant.

As for discharge, if it is not foul smelling, you can ignore it otherwise it needs medical attention.
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