I posted this in the TTC section but thought I would try it here too...?
This morning I woke up to find I have lots of watery discharge... made my jamas quite wet! I did a pg test with FMU and its negative though I am still only 9 dpo... My CP position is still very high, closed and soft...
I was just wondering if any of you ladies know if this is a good sign? I have heard that an increase in creamy CM is supposed to be apparent in early pregnancy but not watery...?
hey hun this is weird cuz if you go to my ttc journal you will see that i woke up one morning soaked in watery cm . i know i didnt pee myself lol well it ended up i got my bfp.. so i hope this is good news for you hun. my cervix also stayed realy high. but i know alot of women will say you cannot go by it but hope its a good sign for you.. wish you luck
Im not sure as i dont chart my CM, anything different to YOU could be a sign, every single woman has different symptoms, Some dont even have any.
The only way your going to know is re-test in a few days or so
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