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EWCM-EGG WHITE CERVICAL MUCUS
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chillo6210 posted:
HIE ALL

We had been ttc for 4 months now but we had no luck,i was ovulating right on time and we were bding religiously on the days but still BFN.so i then read an article saying if you don't have sufficient ewcm theres very little chance of conception becoz the sperm wont survive!i wasnt so what i did was use real egg white(yes its gross but it works if dryness is your only problem)as suggested in place of preseed.it worked a charm i got a BFP at 9 dpo!!!so try it out ladies or preseed but be really careful with the egg white,look it up on google and it'll tell you how to do it properly and safely!!

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Byroney_WebMD_Staff responded:
Congratulations to you and thanks so much for sharing what worked for you. I already welcomed you on the first trimester, but want to wish you a happy and healthy nine months!

Byroney
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chillo6210 replied to Byroney_WebMD_Staff's response:
Thank you very much!!! i hope this one sticks becoz i miscarried earlier on in the year...

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