I am 5-7 dpo and i've been having some strange happenings in regards to my CM. Its been white and creamy..but clear at times. Now is watery and creamy, white and stretchy! I don't know what this means! Could i be pregnant?! I took a HPT this AM, and it was a BFN! someone please HELP!
So hard to say....do you know for sure that you ovulated a week ago? Is it possible you are ovulating late?
My first indication of pregnancy was my CM. After ovulation I would usually dry up but I noticed I had milky/creamy CM.
IT's a little early for you to test as well. The earliest that people usually get a BFP is about 10dpo and even then it's too early.
Yes i know for sure i ovulated b/c I've been adamantly using OPK's for 2 months. I know my first LH surge was on the 3rd. My husband and I BD'd ALL weekend! And according to the pregnancy tracker on my page, IF we did conceive it would've been on Dec 4th!
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