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Trying to conceive. I only see a milky white sometimes yellowish. What are the reasons for me not conceiving?

Hello, i am a 34 year old and I have been trying to conceive for a few months now, i have encountered a point of concern. First i never notice this egg white cervical mucus that i have heard so much about i only see a milky white sometimes yellowish (no scent, i have been checked by my doctor and i have no infections and he sees no reason why i should not conceive. what are your thoughts?
Asked On : Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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Milky white discharge without any other associated symptoms is absolutely normal, you need not worry about that.

I would advice you to undergo a few tests like CBC with ESR, Urine routine and microscopy, RBS, Thyroid function tests and an ultrasound of the pelvis for your self.
A semen analysis of your husband.

Meet your doctor with the reports.

Your age could be one of the factors affecting the conception.

Don't worry, take care.
All the best.

Dr. Rishma Lakhani
Answered: Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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