Well, I have never really had Cervical mucus, not that I can remember, but I have been having a lot here lately. It started out thick with a yellowish tint, and now its kind of like white sticky specks when I wipe. My period is due in about 4 days. My breasts having been tender, but I have been having sharp pains in my lower sides it varies from side to side, my belly has been feeling kind of weird, and I have been nauseous all day. I haven't spotted any implantation bleeding though....so I am not for sure
Do you think I could be pregnant?
This could also be a sign of pms. Look up pregnancy symptoms or pms??
And it will explain. There symptoms for pms and pregnancy are very closely the same. So,its hard to know unless you really miss your period or your tuned in with your body :)
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