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    amynrich2006 posted:
    I have very irregular periods and never know when they are going to show up. My husband and I have been trying to concieve for about 6 years. I have noticed that over the past few days that I have become very emontional. All I want to do is cry. Yesterday when I wiped in the bathroom, I noticed that there was a lot of CM and so I "got a feel of it" and it was EWCM and streched about 2 inches between my fingers. I took a OPK and it was positive, I usually do not get a positive as positive as that. The positive line has gotten lighter, and the CM is lighter( but usually when I take my 2 Zyrtec everyday). My BB are a little sore and my nipples are as well. I have also been not feeling well for the past few days, sick to my stomache and running to the bathroom all the time. I have also had a hard time sleeping. I dont know if I could be pregnant or not.
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    David K Walmer, MD, PhD responded:
    Women with irregular cycles get pregnant less often than women with regular cycles but it is always a good idea to check a pregnancy test if there is any question.
    If you are not pregnant, it may be very worthwhile for you to see a gynecologist for an evaluation. Ovulation problems are common. As much as 5-10% of women have a problem with ovulation those problems can have adverse effects on your general health as well as your fertility.


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