I thought after you ovulated ur cervix was firm and the CM dryed up? Well I still have lots of creamy CM and my cervix is really soft but closed. Whats going on? I have BBT temps on here if someone wants to look. I have a chart of fertility friend and babymed and they all say the same thing. The only difference is the babymed says I ovulated the 5th. I would really appreciate the advice input and help. I am hopeing this is my month. There is no way I missed ovulation I BD a lot. Please help.
I wouldn't rely on what other people get for CM during their cycles. Everyone is different in their own way. As far as cervix position and all that...I dunno cuz I don't check all that. I wouldn't worry too much about anything...you've already ovulated right? So now you're just in the waiting game.
I'd have to agree with Heatherm4. Every women's different.
Although I do have to say, I'm 3dpo and for a little while today my cervix was quite soft. I've also gone back and forth from little to no CM to a whole lot of creamy CM, over the past day or 2.
I'm beginning to think the cervix and CM changes multiple times throughout the day. But, I'm no expert.
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