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Old Jan 15th, 2009, 01:54 AM   1
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What should your CM&CP be like in the 2ww if you are PG ???


I was just wondering how your CM and CP should be in the 2ww if you are PG .........

I find my CM and CP very confusing - TMI

CM this morning ( ps had last night ) EWCM
CP - high , very open , soft

Now if FF sugest that i OV around CD 17 and i am 7DPO ..........where is all this coming from now ????



 
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Old Jan 15th, 2009, 02:05 AM   2
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lots say it dont make a differnce really,but others say ur cp is high and cm creamy.....but when i started having irreg cycles i remember having lots of creamy cm and was sure i was pg !,but werent
with this pg ive had creamy cm all the way thro from very early ,few days after O anyways ,hope this helps,everyones different tho



 
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Old Jan 15th, 2009, 02:08 AM   3
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SO maybe i am only ovulating now ? and FF got it upside down ???



 
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Old Jan 15th, 2009, 02:11 AM   4
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I found this on Google : Still not a real answer on my won sutuation ...but a guide line i suppose .........

""The Position of Your Cervix in Early Pregnancy
Many women, who are trying to conceive, will be looking for physical signs that they are pregnant. The most common early signs of pregnancy include:

Tender or swollen breasts
Backaches
Constipation
Darkening of areola
Excessive salivation
Exhaustion or feeling sleepy
Food cravings
Frequent urination
Headaches
Increased sense of smell
Lower abdominal cramps
Nausea and vomiting
For women who track their cervical position in order to determine fertility, many wonder if there correlation between the position of the cervix and early pregnancy.

Unfortunately, there doesn’t seem to be a simple answer for all women. The position of the cervix during pregnancy does change but not at the same time in all women.

After ovulation, your cervix will drop lower in your vagina and feel firm, like the tip of your nose. During pregnancy, the cervix will rise a bit and become softer, but the timing of this happening will vary from woman to woman. For some, this will happen shortly before their period is due, but for other, this will not happen until quite a while after their pregnancy has been confirmed.

Due to this variation between women, checking the position of your cervix to determine pregnancy is not a reliable indication of whether or not your are pregnant. More reliable ways to find out if you are pregnant is take a sensitive home pregnancy test or by visiting your doctor for a pregnancy blood test.""



 
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Old Jan 15th, 2009, 02:15 AM   5
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if uv any cheap opk i wud do them for few days ukknow,and as much as poss !! xx



 
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