I started using BBT about 3 days ago. Just had sex and noticed a bit of egg white discharge coming out afterward and was wondering if that could mean I'm fertile or does that always happen during sex as natural lubrication? It wasnt happening this morning, only after I had sex I noticed it. It wouldnt be sperm as we used a condom. I would like to be fertile as I have just given up the pill about 6-7 weeks ago and had a light withdrawl bleed about 2 weeks ago. Please help!
That would be semen. Happens after sex every time and contains little sperm. Most sperm would still be at your cervix, trying to reach the egg. It's easy to confuse EWCM and semen, however, so after you've used the restroom and wiped at least 3 times tomorrow you should be good to go in telling the difference should EWCM appear.
I totally missed the condom comment. Then it most definitely could be EWCM. Because your cervix was probably touched/rubbed during sex (trying to avoid TMI!) it could've helped any EWCM down the vagina.
I don't think it's any lubrication from the condom.
I'm not sure, maybe someone else could answer this- but if a woman orgasms she may have a discharge. ???
I charted on Fertility Friend for a year. I learned from that website that arousal fluid and EWCM are very similar. They did not suggest checking for CM once arousal had taken place, but to answer your question, EWCM is typically clear and stretchy.
Well when you have sex there's deffinitely a lot of natural lube that your vagina secretes. If you are ovulating then the natural lube is more. I noticed ewcm during the day not during sex. I think with sex its just natural lube. But I don't know, Iv'e never had to use artificial lube because my body makes enough... even when I'm not O.
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