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Participating in the at home artificial insemination, have thick white discharge. Does it mean I am ovulating?

Me and my girlfriend are participating in the at home artificial insemination . We have done it twice last week with our sperm donor! Today we tried the egg white method At 1100 am i just went to the restroom and there was a thick white discharge in the toilet when i got up! What does that mean am i ovulating or what???
Asked On : Thu, 2 Aug 2012
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The thick white discharge that you had could be due to the extra semen that was injected inside. This should not worry you as only a minute quantity of semen is required for actual conception. In case this discharge is persistent then infection needs to be ruled out after an examination.
I hope this information has been both informative and helpful for you.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Sat, 4 Aug 2012
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