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Trying to conceive. Been regularly menstruating and ovulating. Is something wrong?

My husband and I have been trying to conceive for three months. I have always been very regular with menstration, and ovulating. But since we started trying to get pregnant my body has been way out of whack. My main concern is, I had a normal period that lasted five day. Two days after it ended I began spotting and haven t stopped for three days. What could be causing this? I just saw my dr two weeks ago and everything was fine.
Asked On : Mon, 24 Dec 2012
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Not conceiving after 3 months of trial is not a matter to be concerned about a lot. It does take time and one has to be patient. You can try a calender method to get to the exact dates of your expected ovulation and can increase the sex frequency during that period. The other modern way to keep observing your follicle on a USG machine and to make contact exactly around the date when it is supposed to ovulate. IN that case you will have a better chance to pregnancy. But 3 months is not a time to panic and can keep trying. Mild spotting after the end of period is again no big concern and mostly it doesnt repeat.
Hope I am able to solve your concerns
Answered: Tue, 25 Dec 2012
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