A 28-year-old female asked:
Positive opks but found creamy white cervical mucus instead of egg white clear stretchy cervical mucus does it mean no preganancy ?
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Dr. Joseph Penaanswered
Fertility Medicine 27 years experience
Not necessarily: Not necessarily. May not be related. Could be a yeast infection. Could be a false-positive opk. Knowing your regular menstrual patterns may give more info. If period is late, recommend home urinary pregnancy test. If unsuccessful trying to conceive for 1 year (6 months if >35yo), then see your gyn or fertility specialist.
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