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What is this slight reddish type mucus discharge from my vagina ?

I am currently in my fertile period yesterday doctor checked and said that, i have a healthy follicle and should try within these 3-4 days, but my hubby s report shows low sperm count . We tried yesterday and today when i wiped with a tissue it was slight reddish along with the mucus. What does it mean. This had not happened earlier. Note that I always maintain a chart of my CM and have not noticed reddness during fertile period.
Asked On : Thu, 10 Feb 2011
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Some spotting is possible during ovulation.Its called midcycle ovulation bleeding.It just means that you are ovulating well.You should try to use this time to maximum effect.However,in the long term if your husband's sperm count is low then you may to go for IUI.However,it must be made sure that the semen analysis is done under optimum conditions as count may be low if not done properly.
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