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Trying to get pregnant, used clomid, positive pregnancy test, using progesterone cream. Okay to have cervical mucus?

Hi, ive been trying to get pregnant for a long time now, and I used clomid this cycle and once I ovulated I used crinone(only had 9of those) and on 15dpo I got a positive for pregnancy.. I did another test. On a digital and it states pregnant conception 1-2 (17dpo) but coz ive run out of crinone im using natural progesterone cream ,is that alrite as my progesterone is 0.1(low). But I have gestofit(progesterone, there tablets with oil in them and u can insert them inside) there 200mg, do you think I should use these?? Or stick with my natural progesterone cream that I brought online?? Also is it normal to have cervical mucus coming out today?(17dpo) and I do have stomach pains,is that normal also?? Thanks
Asked On : Tue, 15 Jan 2013
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Its completely fine if you use gestofit. Both these drugs contain micronized progesterone which helps in maintaining pregnancy.
Its normal to have non-foul smelling scanty vaginal diacharge.
there are many etiologies for stomach pain, do consult your doctor for that.
Hope this helps. good luck
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