What is that came out of me the morning after we BD?
For as many times me and my DH were TTC, there is some white stuffs come out of me during midnight and the day after too. Could it be his stuffs?? When I sneezed more come out just like having my period. Is it normal and is it a problem to get preg?
a lot of ppl like softcups...it helps keep the spermies close to the cervix and it prevents most of the leakage mess....ive used them and they arent bad...some ppl have even gotten pregnant after using them. good luck!
qhslau - it has a piece that sticks out the bottom- similair to pulling on a tampon string. many people have to trim that down so that it doesn't get in the way, because it's plenty long enough to "pop out".
Softcups aren't that hard to get out, like sugarpi said you just hook your finger around the rim and pull it out. If you have a hard time reaching it, just bear down a bit and it'll slide down lower making it easier to reach. I use them after BD'ing to keep everything in and there's no mess!
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