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    An_250653 posted:
    I am new to this forum. We've been married for 9months and we are planning to have a baby. I have a cycle around 34-35 days. I usually calculate ovulation, this month I did not have any cervical muscus, I only felt wet. I used this site ovulation calendar and we had intercourse as indicated in this calculator... Th thing that is concerning me is that after we have intercourse i really feel wet.... what are the reasons that i did not have any ovulation, can i have it later on..Can you help me pls!!!
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    delilahkbrown responded:
    I think wetness after sex is an always because of orgasm and I think its normal for all women. I'm no doctor but I can say this happens with me as well. I've been reading a lot about conceiving and there is a calendar that you can use to help you figure out the 3 most fertile days. I've also read that have regular sex as in 3 times a week is also a bonus. So hang in there and keep trying. You might also want to go get a physical by your primary care doctor and let him know what you and your partner are planning on. Have fun making a baby!


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