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    Question about discharge
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    nancy2584 posted:
    I normally have discharge before my period up to a week before this month there is none? Not sure what this could mean we have been ttc for about 5 years now
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    orin34 responded:
    My DH and I were NOT trying when it happened, but one of the big tip offs that I was preggo was my cervix not coming down low.... and being dry as a bone down there (like you I have discharge closer to that time of the month as well).
    I have also noticed that I remain dry when I have a cold!
     
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    nancy2584 replied to orin34's response:
    Thank you this helps


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