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Cervical Mucus ... Tmi?!

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#1 SarzMH

Posted 09 February 2013 - 12:11 PM

Hi Ladies,
I have read SO many articles, so many book & each seem to say something a little different.
I am just wondering; do you normally produce more cervical mucus after ovulation?
I understand that during ovulation it's a clear 'egg white' consistancy but, am wondering why I am 9 DPO & I still have a milky consistancy.
Is it my body telling me I'm pregnant?Is it my body telling me that my cycle is about to begin again?
So confused!

#2 MummyLyss

Posted 09 February 2013 - 12:34 PM

I could be wrong but my understanding is that the white/creamy stuff is the infertile stage. This can be before or after O or even both. That's not to say that you aren't pregnant, just that the window of opportunity is either not yet open, or is already closed...

Also from my understanding, the colour and consistency can vary from one cycle to the next and each woman is different too, just to make it nice and difficult for us! Lol good luck!

#3 ~swan~

Posted 09 February 2013 - 01:10 PM

OP once I've finished ovulation my CM goes back to being creamy.

It usually goes: most creamy > watery > less creamy > menstruation.

My understanding is everyone is different though  original.gif

#4 caninestorm

Posted 09 February 2013 - 01:14 PM

My CM after ovulation is like thick lotion, lots of it.

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