How can I handle the situation pls? Thanks
Kaismama is right, if you have been trying to conceive for at least a year and have been unable then it is time to see a fertility specialist. They can look at both you and your partner to see what the problem is and hopefully find a solution. The watery discharge after intercourse is probably just your partners ejaculate. This is normal and wont keep you from conceiving. Sperm will "swim" up through the reproductive system to find the egg to fertilize if one is available. Pregnancy is often a matter of perfect timing. A woman has about a 3-4 day window in which she can become pregnant. You might want to google ways to plot your fertility. A Dr or nurse practitioner can help you do this as well. Your partner may need a sperm count to be sure that he is fertile as well.
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