saturday at about 3am i got out of bed to go to the bathroom & i had tons of cervical mucus .( Clear & stretchy ) ... i then had sex the same day at about 5pm . iam trying to get pregnant & i want to know if i had sex at the right time ? ... will i for sure get pregnant now? or should i have had sex BEFORE i got all this clear & stretchy mucus .. i know mucus means your ovulating but does it mean that your done ovulating for the month or does it mean its the perfect timing?
12 May 2013
The only thing that is for sure in pregnancy is if you don't want to be its as easy as falling off a log. If your body acts text book you probably stand a good chance. That's a big if when you're talking about the human body. There is a test out now to check when you're ovulating. I had to do the basal temp measurement.
14 May 2013
When you see cervical mucus that is clear and stringy like egg whites, you should be at your most fertile for the next three days. So sex the same day was good. There is no way to say "for sure" if you will get pregnant but keep trying! If you watch for this cervical mucus each month and are sexually active in the three days after it appears, hopefully you will get pregnant in the next 3-6 months. It is a matter of timing things just right. It always seems easier to get pregnant when you dont want to than it is when you do. It may also help if you get one of the ovulation prediction kits. Keep trying and you will get there, just dont stress out about it too much. Stay relaxed.
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