I've had CM anywhere from clear to mauve colored once LOL. But I read somewhere that each women is different and can have different colors and be considered normal. Except for green and sometimes yellow because they can indicate infection. But if there is no itching or odor then you might just chalk it up as a hopeful preggo symptom. If you're not preggo, I'd definitely get it checked out to be sure.
i have this and am 11 wks pregnant. prior to being pregnant, my mucus was always white or clear transparent. it is ot white or clear transparent PLUS yellow. it is the consistency of the egg white cervical mucus and stretchy but yellow. i'm petrified! no odour or other symptoms. the obstetrician dismissed my concerns but hadn't heard of it himself. he said infections aren't a concern during pregnancy except gardnerella! what planet is he on? if anyone has any advice about what this may be, i would REALLY appreciate it. thanks
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