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Experiencing urine infection & odorless white discharge, Would it affect the chances of getting pregnancy ?

I am 25 years old female, married 1 year back. From last two months we are trying for baby. Iam having hypothyroid and getting treatment. I got my last periods on march 24th and my cycle is 33 days. Now iam getting urine infection and slight odourless white discharge. Will it affect my chances of getting pregnancy for this month? Can you give me some tips for getting pregnency soon?
Asked On : Mon, 18 Apr 2011
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Regular daily sex during the ovulation period of menstrual cycle increases ones chances of getting pregnant.Mid cycle period is the time when the ovulation takes place .that in your case is between 12-20th day of your cycle.Get proper treatment for hypothyroidism regularly without any failure .Also get treatment for your vaginal discharge/infection & urinary infection after proper investigation & consultation with all these factors act against pregnancy.
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