cm increase - a concern?

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  1. emma_85

    emma_85 Well-Known Member

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    So, for a little background on me: ttc since Oct last year, last cycle I was 10 days late for AF (not normal for me) and I bled lightly for 3 days (again, not normal. I'm a 5 day med/heavy flow). This cycle I am, as of today, 20 days late. I have had blood taken at my Dr's surgery for hormone levels and thyroid checks, plus a full blood count. All came back normal. I have been referred to have an ultrasound as the next step and I'm just waiting for my appointment to come through.

    I have of course taken pregnancy tests - all negative.

    My symptoms are tiredness (knackered all the time), headaches, cramping, catarrh and increased cm.

    It struck me today that I actually can not remember the last time that I wiped and I didn't have any slippery cm. When AF was due this cycle it was tinged with a slight brown, which turned pinky/red. Very minimal. I've questioned whether this was AF, but it can't have been, it was so slight. It then turned creamy white for a few days. Now it's back to clear. I don't have it on my knickers, but every time I go the loo and wipe I have slippery clear cm. Do I need to be concerned that I am producing so much? Is it too much, and therefore a worry?

    TIA for any replies/suggestions
     
  2. Clover

    Clover Well-Known Member

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    I also have Clear slippery CM Emma , I'm only 2 days late and I haven't tested so don't know if I'm pregnant

    I don't really know what it means but on some sites ive heard it can be a sign of pregnancy but then conflicting sites say your cm should be Thick and creamy when pregnant

    Have you done any Opks? I doubt without AF you could be Ovulating but I'm not an expert

    Really hope you get your Bfp lovely :)

    Xxxxxxx
     

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