Im trying to figure out whats up with my body. Im 30 years old, and Before AF comes, Im always dry. But for the past few days now, Ive been getting alot of white CM when I wipe or go pee. Its not on my undies, just when I wipe or I see it in the torilet. So, Im trying to figure out why this is happening and if this is normal?
I thought I had started AF this morning, because I felt so wet down there. But again, it was just lots of CM. Im due for AF on sunday, so two more days. My nipples have been sensitive for about 4/5 days, today they dont feel as bad.
I just wanted to ask here to see if anyone here can relate to this.
I can't help you but the same thing is happening to me. I'm on CD 26 and today I had loads of CM. Thought it might be ovulation as my last cycle was 58 days so tried an opk but negative. Pretty sure I've already ovulated anyway as had sticky egg white CM earlier in the month.
So yeah I can't give you an answer but I can relate. Pregnancy symptom...? Wishful thinking?
It could be a pregnancy sign, because if the egg is fertilized your body continues to produce the hormones estrogen and progesterone whcih also produce mucus to protect the entrance to the womb. When I was pregnant, I was getting a lot of CM whole 9 months (kinda annoying).
Well I have one more day til AF is due.... Sunday she is due! So Im hoping she stays away. My nipples are killing me, Im tired, had a headache today, and my cervix is high and mushy feeling. Im still getting the white CM when I pee or wipe.
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