what is the difference in CM before period and in early pregnancy? ive been getting alot of creamy white cm. I got a very very fainy BFP on a HPT yesterday morning (but still not 100% convinced it wasnt an evap, so not getting too over excited yet..well trying!).
If you have been pregnant before, what was your CM like before your BFP compared to before your period?
Hi, I only just got my bfp, and I had really creamy cm then it turned to water.. but this has happened all the other months, last few days it was like a gross snotty texture, which was different for me, big lumps of it!
My CM before my last pregnancy (which unfortunately ended as a MMC) was very wet, creamy...More like a watery texture but creamy in colour. Usually my CM before AF is non existent so it was unusual for me to get so much.
I also have creamy cm and I'm between 6-10dpo (I don't temp just check CM) I tested today and got a BFN but I am hoping and praying and really driving myself insane hoping the creamy cervical mucus means something.
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