How Come I Am Not Pregnant?
by Lakeshia Renea
Hi, I am 18 years old my boyfriend is 26 we have been trying to have a baby for three months with no luck...now were still trying but now my vagina and cervix burn during and after sex does this mean I can’t get pregnant or what are we doing wrong?
Having burning during and after intercourse may need medical attention as it can indicate an infection. Talk to your doctor about your symptoms and he or she will be able to guide you in the right direction.
In many cases if the burning is accompanied by redness and whitish vaginal discharge, it can be caused by Candida infection. This is very common in many women. Your doctor will be able to test for this microorganism and tell you what to do.
The best way to prevent recurrent yeast infections is through a natural approach. A very effective method is to use Yeast Arrest Suppositories
, which use a unique formula of homeopathic remedies for the effective treatment of external and internal irritation, itching, burning and discharge associated with vaginal yeast.
It is very important to treat and prevent yeast from growing in your reproductive tract as this can create an environment not friendly for the sperm preventing conception.
Another possible cause of pain during intercourse is poor lubrication. This can be solved easily by using a vaginal lubricant.
Since you are trying to conceive, make sure to use one that is sperm friendly, like Pre-seed
, which is the only personal lubricant that matches the fertile cervical mucous composition in your vagina and is safe to use while trying to conceive.
You are very young and have been trying for only 3 months. It is really too early to worry about your fertility at this time. Give yourself a bit more time.
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