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Old Feb 4th, 2010, 07:46 AM   1
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Cervical Mucus 4DPO


My CM is really creamy with a yellow tinge to it - so googled it

However, if you are pregnant, the cervical fluid becomes creamy either white or yellow in color. Pregnant women produce a lot of cervical fluid. But the presence or absence of fluid does not determine pregnancy.

so that will hopefully be a good sign!

I'm almost becoming a pain in the ass to myself these symptoms are constantly on my mind aarrrrgghhh damn the 2ww



 
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Old Feb 4th, 2010, 11:41 AM   2
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Hey Vanessa,

I hope this helps-- implantation doesn't occur until 7-10 days (on average, with the most common being 8 days), after conception. Your body won't even know it's 'pregnant' until implantation occurs. After implantation occurs, then you'll begin to see changes in cervical mucus, breast tenderness, irritability, etc.

I hope this info helps! If you're just 4 DPO, you have some time until you can symptom spot.

Best to you!



 
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Old Feb 4th, 2010, 11:48 AM   3
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What about those who have symptoms frm 1dpo though? Is it all in their head even when they get a bfp?? This description was from 4dpo that I'd googles - so confusing! Feel like I'm imagining all these symptoms.....



 
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Old Feb 4th, 2010, 11:55 AM   4
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I definitely think there's a lot to be said about a woman's intuition when she's pregnant, and 'feeling' and 'knowing' you're pregnant. So, I don't think it's all in their head. But, physical changes in your body as a result of being pregnant all happen after implantation. Your body doesn't even know a fertilized egg is free floating inside you. It has to implant first to send the message out to your body to prepare it for a growing baby.



 
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Old Feb 4th, 2010, 12:07 PM   5
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Ness- I had lots of creamy cm. Some of it was yellow tinged snot like texture. I was preggo.



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Old Feb 4th, 2010, 12:08 PM   6
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I think the symptoms feel before implantation are normal body changes due to progesterone increases and obviously when we are ttc we notice these changes more. I'm 3dpo and also seeing this type of discharge since today - wondered if it had anything to do with the Vit B I have been taken, but that seems unlikely lol.



 
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Old Feb 4th, 2010, 12:25 PM   7
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Early Pregnancy Factor


i thought the below was interesting, and something I had never heard of before . ..

QUOTE: "There are very few, if any, pregnancy symptoms before implantation, since the embryo has not begun to make hcg. However, your body does not continue *as normal*, or with business as usual. After hatching from the zona pellucida, the embryo sends a signal to the ovaries to secrete early pregnancy factor (EPF), which occurs from 1-2 days after fertilization. This EPF begins a dialogue between the embryo and the mother. It is possible, therefore, that a woman who is very sensitive, or is accutely aware of things, may have some symptoms associated with the EPF secretion, although I am not sure if this has been studied." End QUOTE

You know what this means? That's right, more googling is required !!



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Old Feb 4th, 2010, 13:15 PM   8
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That's really interesting Apen2009, I think a lot of the time a woman's intuition is rarely wrong! Fingers crossed for you honey, everything sounds good with the CM!!! xxxx



 
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Old Feb 4th, 2010, 15:39 PM   9
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i thought the below was interesting, and something I had never heard of before . ..

QUOTE: "There are very few, if any, pregnancy symptoms before implantation, since the embryo has not begun to make hcg. However, your body does not continue *as normal*, or with business as usual. After hatching from the zona pellucida, the embryo sends a signal to the ovaries to secrete early pregnancy factor (EPF), which occurs from 1-2 days after fertilization. This EPF begins a dialogue between the embryo and the mother. It is possible, therefore, that a woman who is very sensitive, or is accutely aware of things, may have some symptoms associated with the EPF secretion, although I am not sure if this has been studied." End QUOTE

You know what this means? That's right, more googling is required !!


that is sooo interesting! so there is a possibility I'm not imagining it all?! lol!

I've always been very in tune with my body have always been able to feel every twinge and niggle! I've been called a hypochondriac on more than one occasion but it's just because I feel more than some people do!

Defo going to google that!

And thank you everyone for your responses it's really helped!!

Shannon when did you get the creamy CM??

I think I'm noticing things that are not normal for my body like this cm and getting thrush and stuff!

Big hugs to all xxx



 
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Old Feb 4th, 2010, 15:46 PM   10
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There is a possibility you are not imagining things yes. The first time i was pregnant i knew and i had symptoms very early. With my son i knew too and i started feeling something only a few dpo with my last preg i felt lower abdo cramping for awhile i guess while the egg was trying to implant and i had more CM plus peeing loads.. this time i am exactly the same and i am pretty sure i will be preggo again. My trouble is they dont want to stay in there.

I hope you get your BFP.. sometimes we just know.



 
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