Discharge - 1 week after O

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  1. Melanie3103

    Melanie3103 Well-Known Member

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    Hi,

    This is just my 2nd cycle ttc, so i wonder if someone could shed some light on this for me please....

    I cant bring myself to feel my cervix or start checking texture of CM/discharge, if its on my knicks or i notice while wiping then i record it. I chart my bbt and use opk - both cycles ive managed to pinpoint O due to pos opk and then a temp rise that stays up til AZf. Im DPO6 today.

    So here is my question.... I thought an increase in discharge/mucuous meant fertile - but i dont usually notice any in the run up to O but i get loads about a week after O. Today is DPO6 and i felt like id wet myself (!) and when i look back at my last cycle the same thing happened DPO6 last time too.

    Anyone else had this?
     
  2. Milly76

    Milly76 Well-Known Member

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    What kind of CM is it? Creamy? Watery? EWCM?

    I get alot of creamy cm in between OV and AF - but CM and CP is really not worth monitoring for pregnancy signs, it's just not a relaiable symptom! CM and CP is best to monitor in the run up to OV!

    Good Luck for the rest of your 2ww - I will be starting mine in 2 days!! :)

    xxx
     
  3. scn

    scn Well-Known Member

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    Cm changes to sticky/creamy after ov. Perfectly normal x
     
  4. jojo3972

    jojo3972 Well-Known Member

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    Mine goes from sticky to ewcm to dry after ov to creamy at certain point in the 2 ww I'm 5 dpo and it's creamy but I also have it wen preg aswel so it's not a symptom for me x
     

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