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14 Feb 2009

Difficulty with falling pregnant
I' m 27 in fairly good health but having trouble falling pregnant. The sperm comes out from my vagina (literally flows out). I am not on any contraceptive. Doctor exam weeks ago revealed some growths in my uterus and some abnormal cells hence I am going for a biopsy in a few days. What is this condition?
Last month I suspect fertilisation did occur coz when I had my periods i had the most painful cramps and had cloths coming out - wanted to kill myself. What is this condition called - where implantation fails?
i' d really love to have twins this year???
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GynaeDoc
gynaedoc

01 Jan 0001

The commonest growths on the uterus are fibroids. Abnormal cells on the cervix are called CIN and presumably this is what you are having biopsied.
I don't think that implantation occurred and failed. Growths on the uterus can cause heavy bleeding.

Best wishes
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