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Sweet Smell?

I'm in my two week wait.....  I've had two miscarriages and am now trying again.  The first two times getting pregnant were completely by surprise!  Haven't had a problem conceiving.

Now, we're trying again.  I'm on 6 dpo and my cm seems to smell very sweet.  I'm sorry, TMI, but I go to the bathroom and my panties look a bit stained from CM and I can smell this sweet-ish smell.

What could this be?  Just wondering if this is a pregnancy syptom (symptom) or maybe just something I ate.
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I know everyone post early symptoms, but when I met with a specialist, he said there is no way possible to have symptoms prior to implantation which I think occurs 7-10 DPO.  But you never know, with both preg.that ended in m/c I  knew before I even tested.  I haven't heard of that symptom, but everyone is different.  I am also 6dpo, and in that dreaded TWW.  MY main symptom was I had alot of cramping after sex and the next two days.  Also, every night I dream I'm pregnat.  Good luck, praying for your BFP!
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It could be.  I think I remember noticing this, but can't remember now if I was wearing scented pantiliners at that time.  (Had been taking progesterone vaginally, which has no scent, but does dribble out, so I was wearing pantiliners, I think.)
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