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since last 4-5 months, i have been really stressed out with the whole idea of getting pregnant n trying to conceive..as a result i am somehow feeling that there is change in my cervical mucus...earlier i would have enough cervical mucus during my ovulation days and while trying to have sex, i would get enough wet...but now for almost 2-3 months, i have very less cervical mucus and also while my husband does foreplay, i am mostly dry and so i have to use lube...please suggest what do i do?? i read about a medicine on internet called "FERTILITY CM" which enhances cervical mucus...or should i use a lube called Preseed which is said to be sperm friendly..what do you suggest should i take that?? beacuse i just dont want to miss any chance of me getting pregnant..please advice
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Drink LOTS and LOTS of water!!
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My advice would be to relax and have fun trying we tried for over a year with no luck as soon as we quit trying and just had fun with it we became pregnant
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I had the same thing going on i would try getting on a prenatal pill and consider vitex .  . Drink lots of water and eat clean and healthy .  . Also kinda stop
Trying so hard . Messes with the mood . Just have fun and try new things to keep the excitement .  Took me to give up after 7 months and just enjoyed sex again
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