Just Curious...I have been reading a lot about Cervical mucus because I am TTC...They explain the texture before ovulation, during ovulation, and what it would be like after if the was no conception (1st -sticky, creamy, O-clear, watery, egg whites, then back to being dry if no conception has occurred)...My question is, what should CM be like after Ovulation if conception has occured?? Should there be any cramping soon after?? This would be my second child I'm trying to concieve, but I can't remember any thing about my pregnancy from early on..My cervical mucus for a few days after Ovulating was back to being creamy white, and there was quite a bit..and I have been having dull cramping in lower back for about 9 days...I am not late yet, I still have about a week, but I was just wondering if this in any indicator, or nothing to go by until my perod is late or not..BTW, I have been off the pill for going on 3 months...Any comments would be great..THANX!
Hi!I have also been ttc my first.I may not be of much help here but 1 thing i would like to mention is that i always get very abundant creamy white cm for abt a day or 2 after ovulation.I dont think ur cm can be a good indicator of pregnancy bcoz it varies from one woman to another.
my cm was really watery and even milky like and my periods are due this friday comming.. Today i tried it and there was like white chunks in it.. whats this?? is it pregnantcy related? i have had a lotof symptoms of it, just a lil worried thats all.. and when i put my fingers in my vagina feels more like soft and bigger????? please help lol
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