Oooh sounds like a good preg sign then I've had it since I ovulated and normally dry straight up after ov but been havin creamy lotiony cm every day hope its a good sign we've been trying the ntnp this month and only bed once around time of ov roll on weekend to test
I did! That was one of the reasons I thought I might be. I know it's best to moniter your CM while TTC but I never have. Honestly, it all just confuses me. But about 7 or 8 dpo (got my BFP on 10dpo) I noticed A LOT of creamy, watery CM which was very odd for me. Sure enough, I was. I still continue to have a ton of it. Not every day, but very often.
Oh btw, I'm a Marine Wife, too. We're stationed in Okinawa.
You know ladies sometimes I feel like I gotta 'peel' my knickers off when I get home...it really isn't the most comfortable symptom but am investing in some discreet pantyliners cos there's nothing worse than a damp coochie halfway through the day! Lol! I gotta have a sense of humour about it otherwise I would get the hump at changing my undies twice a day!! xx
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