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On pill. Trying for a baby. Have vaginal leaking after sex. Doctors couldn't find cervix. Why?

I HAVE BEEN OFF THE PILL FOR NEARLY 6 MONTHS AS I AM TRYING FOR A BABY WITH MY BF. WE HAVE SEX ONCE A WEEK AS HE LIVES AN HOUR AWAY. I FIND IT REALLY HARD TO CLIMAX BUT DO EVENTUALLY. I HAVE A LOT OF VAGINAL LEAKING AFTER SEX FOR A COUPLE OF HOURS AND WONDERED IF THIS IS STOPPING ME GETTING PREGNANT. I HAVE BEEN TO THE DOCTOR AND WHEN HE EXAMINED ME HE FOUND IT HARD TO FIND MY CERVIX SO I AM EXTREMELY WORRIED. IS THERE ANYTHING ELSE I CAN DO AS I AM SO DESPERATE.
Asked On : Sun, 15 Jul 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
hi,
white discharge increases during intercourse and some amount of semen can come out of vagina after the act sometimes possibly that you have interpreted as excessive vaginal leak,
cervix sometimes may not be visualized in examination due to difficulty in putting speculum or because of position of uterus etc, so if it is anatomically normal no need to worry.
you plan intercourse during period of ovulation which will increase the chances of pregnancy.
take care.
Answered: Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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