Well i just checked my cervix for the last time ( as im getting a lil sore and dont wanna get an infection ) And today its high wet and closed, the only reason i checked was because i lost alot of lotiony CM, to the point i thought i had peed myself :/
Any of this sign promising??
My cervix was so high, too high to even touch so I don't know whether it was closed.
It rose up at about 3 dpo and stayed there. It dropped slightly after I got my bfp and was closed.
I too had a lot of creamy cm.
You're defo not out, update us when you test
I am not 100% sure its closed as its soo high up, but it was closed tight last night. And the only time it was high and open was OV, and i def know its not that
Oooh im getting a lil excited now....i had pinching pains last night on the left lower side of belly that lasted on and off about 30 mins to an hour, that took my breathe away.
Yeah i started checking the last couple of months, and last month i really got the hang of it. After OV it returns to low hard state but this time it went med height and now its high again. Which is out of the ordinary for me!
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