I've been obsessed with my lack of ewcm for some months now and I think I've found the answer. One cause of lack of ewcm is surgery to the cervix and when I was 20 I had abnormal cells "frozen" due to an abnormal Pap smear. This can lead to damage to the glands. Apparently it's "rare" that this should not interfere with fertility, however the solution should it be a problem is iui or artificial insemination to bypass the cervix. Has anybody here experienced cryosurgery or any other surgery to the cervix and had a problem with conceiving/ewcm?
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30-09-2013 08:40 #1
Cryosurgery/ freezing cells for abnormal Pap smear and lack of ewcm?
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