Hi, just wondering if any of you ladies have ever had EWCM while in the 2ww? I'm currently on CD 27 of a 30 day cycle and 10dpo. Yesterday I got thrush down below (Sorry for tmi) and had sticky type CM. This morning when I went to the toilet and wiped I saw a glob of clear EWCM on toilet paper but when I checked my cervix it was still sticky. I just went to the bathroom again and noticed my knickers were quite wet. When I wiped the toilet paper was covered in clear EWCM so I checked cervix again and sure enough I have a ton of it. This isn't normal for me, I've never had EWCM after ovulation. Could this be as a result of the thrush I have, or does it mean anything else?
I remember my CM was creamy with my first 2 pregnancies, with my 3rd pregnancy I was dry so this is all new to me. Unfortunately, I think I may be out as fertility friend changed my ovulation day this morning so apparently I'm now at 9dpo instead of 11dpo and I've had a massive temp drop below the cover line and have AF cramping. I'm due on tomorrow or Thursday.
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