When you're having ewcm, does it last the entire day?
I'm a bit confused because the last couple of days (and even last month to an extent), I have what I believe to be ewcm when I pull them out, but by afternoon, there's nothing but dry-ish lotion-y cm.
I think it might be too early for ov (around CD8-9), but anything's possible, since my cycle can vary a bit (21-33 days). CP is fairly high, certainly not normal infertile hard, but it's hard underneath the softened tip. I think it's not fully open but could be, haven't yet been able to check properly.
Perhaps I'm checking too often and thus drying it out? so confused. Please shed some light! TIA!
Thanks LoveChild! I realize our questions were based on similar situations but didn't want to jump your thread. Dunno if this means we should BD early in the day, but I always find the ewcm when I'm at work.
argh....I dont knooooow what to do either. I find it weird that all my OPK's come out faint/Neg.
And according to my last 3 cycles I should start my fertile window only Friday.....
So am I already there???
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