My cervix has been getting higher and higher prior to AF which starts this Friday. Woke up yesterday morning and had a huge glob of snotty looking cm when I wiped. Had another one, and it went back to creamy at night, but still in abundance.
Anyone else experiencing this?
Hopefully its a really good sign
Omg, yes.. I got this several times this past week... Then turned to creamy white... It definitely was not yeast though. No itchiness/odour/anything scary, lol. It was kinda... gluey. :/ Grossed me out. Bodies are creepy sometimes.
I hope its a good sign! So far no AF and it was due today. Still getting white CM, and CP is high/closed but keeps going hard, then soft, then hard etc. >_<
I don't notice it come out of me, it's just there when I check my CM. I just have these small globs of snot-like CM and today there were streaks of white it in. Sometimes it's just white/creamy when I check and sometimes there will be a little glob of the gross stuff.
Overall, I'm pretty dry, it's only when I check my CM.
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