A few questions about CM - TMI

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  1. Soili

    Soili Well-Known Member

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    First of all, what exactly is watery? I've read all kinds of descriptions of it and I'm still not sure if I what I get is watery or "dry" or is it sperm leftovers? I just don't see how can one be dry in there. That place is kinda like your mouth, there's always some moisture present. I can tell what's creamy, I can tell eggwhite, but watery??

    Second question is about eggwhite. Sometimes I get like a blob of stuff, it looks more like a mucus plug to be honest, than egg whites. Like it's egg whites mixed with some gelatin or something. It stretches, but snaps back to the blob shape quickly. Now is that egg white or would you say it's sticky?
     
  2. ebony2010

    ebony2010 Pregnant with #2

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    I would say its egg white if its really stretchy but I'm confused on the watery one too... lol.. I think is when you wipe and there really isn't anything there. x
     
  3. mrsine

    mrsine Mommy to a beautiful son

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    mybeautifulcervix.com helps a lot.
     
  4. Soili

    Soili Well-Known Member

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    You see, wouldn't that be "dry" then? I check it internally and I still have no clue!
     
  5. Soili

    Soili Well-Known Member

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    You mean, beautifulcervix.com? Yeah, been there. Doesn't help ;) I'm not photographing my cervix, just feeling it out. And seeing how the CM looks on the cervix doesn't help much because I need to see how it looks on your fingers. And it sure looks like that woman is swimming in mucus! I don't know, unless most of mine gets rubbed off on the way...

    And what is "drying rubber cement" like?

    I googled CM several times, but all i get is drawings and pictures of EWCM stretched. Where is creamy/watery/sticky??
     
  6. stouffer

    stouffer Well-Known Member

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    I take it to mean dry is hardly anything. Watery is like if there was enough of it, it would drip. Gross, I know.

    I think you need to check internally to be sure.

    What you described OP does sound like EWCM... just maybe a bit dehydrated?
     
  7. Soili

    Soili Well-Known Member

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    OH! That's new! I never had enough of it to be dripping.

    And if my EW is really EW then I guess I still didn't freaking O! I hate having long irregular periods. Not sure about being dehydrated... I thought I was drinking plenty of water, but I suppose it could be!
     
  8. Sommerfugl

    Sommerfugl Mummy of two girls

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    Soili, the EW type CM that you describe is just like I get, it's the closest to EWCM that I ever get. No help I'm afraid but it's good to hear others think it is still EWCM.
    I never have enough of any type for it to drip either. It's all rather confusing and quite depressing.
     
  9. ebony2010

    ebony2010 Pregnant with #2

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    I missed out the word dry :dohh: I meant that I think dry is when you wipe and these is no cm on the tissue. x
     
  10. tonibzac

    tonibzac First time Mummy

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    I take dry as no CM.

    I have watery CM as the moment, I feel like a bit of pee has come out lol and it makes my knickers very damp, slight white colouring to it but not as stretchy as eggwhite xx
     

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