I'm approximately 8 DPO. Last night I had a glob of yellow, snot like CM on the outside of my cervix. I'm not itchy or showing other signs of any type of infection. Before my O date, I had paste like CM. On O date, I had one large glob of EWCM. I then had paste like CM again until 5DPO, at which point it changed over to watery CM. Aside from the one glob of yellow mucus, it still remains watery.
My cervix has been rather high for the last 2 weeks. In fact, it's usually always high - even my dr. has problems locating it. But when I had the glob of yellow CM last night, it was finally within reach!
If you've already gotten your BFP, have you had this symptom too?
I think that is a really good sign -I have seen and read everywhere that is a VERY common early pregnancy sign. I don't mean to get your hopes up, but just about everything I've seen on yellow cm points to pregnancy. Good luck!
I had lots of extra CM in my 2WW when I was pg. It was mostly creamy, but I was usually dry in the 2WW. I think others have had the yellow globs and ended up pg! I think it is a positive sign! Good luck!!
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