No cervical mucus after ovulation...could I still be pregnant?
After my last pregnancy (which ended in m/c) I noticed an abundance of thick, white, lotiony CM after ovulation that lasted until I got my BFP. This cycle, my vagina and cervix feels wet after ovulation, but I certainly do not have an abundance of white CM like I did with my previous pregnancy. I have read in many forums that women experience lots of thick, white CM after ovulation if they are pregnant. Does this mean I am not pregnant?
Has anyone gotten a BFP with no CM after ovulation?
I didn't have an abundance of CM during the TWW for this pregnancy (I'm 38 weeks along now) - and any CM I had was more wet than anything else. Plus my cervix felt low and hard. I was sure I wasn't pregnant.....but then AF didn't come, I tested and got a BFP! :-)
thank u. your aswer realy help. me too i had no cervix mucus during my ovulation day in this cycle but i,m 99percent sure i.m pregnant.tmorrow i ,m going to comfirm it with blood test. baby dust to u all....
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