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Trying to conceive, clear discharge. What is going on?

Hi, I m trying to conceive! I was suppose to ovulate November 1-5 & I ve been producing Cervical mucus Oct.26 and OCT.29 I had wet/milky mucus, I had intercourse that day. Yesterday October 30 I had strechy cervical mucus and had intercourse aswell. Now this morning October 31 , I woke up to pee and I rushed to the restroom because I felt I was going to start my period early but when I sat on the toilet clear disharge came out. I don t know if I started ovulation early and that was a sign of the last day of ovulation or just disharge cleaning out. I want to know what s going on or would I have a chance in becoming pregnant??? PLEASE HELP!
Asked On : Sun, 4 Nov 2012
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As you had intercourse around time of ovulation you have good chance of pregnancy (25-35%) if other factors(semen analysis, patent tubes) are fine.
Wish you good luck.
Answered: Mon, 12 Nov 2012
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