I am a little embarrassed writing about my discharge, but I've seriously never ever had this type of discharge before. I'm supposed to ovulate soon and as far as I know I haven't as of yet. But, yesterday I noticed out of the blue that I have a discharge with white clumps in it. I'm pretty susceptible to yeast infections and I've never had this discharge before, even during the yeast infections, nor do I have pain, itching, irritation or smell. The discharge felt thick and now it seems like it's thinned out but with a little ewcm but still with the clumps. Any ideas of what the heck is going on? Is it possible that I ovulated early and this is a sign of pregnancy? Again, I do not have any other symptoms and I am not uncomfortable, it's just weird. Any help or suggestions would be fantastic! Thank you!
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