On Monday I saw a lot of Egg White CM. On Thursday I got a positive OPK, I assume I O’d on Friday sometime. I BD’d on Sat, then on Sunday I saw the same Egg White Cm I saw on Monday! I’m so confused now. Any thoughts out there on when I actually O’d? Is it possible to have Egg White CM right after ovulation? I don’t recall ever seeing the CM after ovulation so maybe I have my Ovulation day wrong?? Do you think O day was maybe Sat or Sunday or would that be to late after a positive OPK on Thur??
Thanks Joy, how do you tell if it is remnants of BD? It definitely stretched and looked like the cm i see before O, I thought semen is not the same consistency and doesn't stretch. I'm just really hoping we didn't BD to late and the CM i saw meant I was still "fertile"...
Each cycle I would fail to get the eggwhite when I should and always got it about 4 days after I ovulated which really stressed me out but my doctor said that can happen for hundreds of reasons and not to worry that it was normal!
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