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Is everyday creamy cervical fluid after ovulation a pregnancy sign?

Is everyday creamy cervical fluid after ovulation a pregnancy sign?

No, it's not but it: Suggests that u r fertile and have a greater chance of conceiving. Best of luck! Http://americanpregnancy. Org/gettingpregnant/earlypregnancysymptoms. Html. Http://americanpregnancy. Org/gettingpregnant/pecervical-mucus. Html. ...Read more

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Cervical (Definition)

Cervical relates to the first seven vertebra of the spine. It is related it the neck. Also it refers to the muscular opening/exit of ...Read more


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Would my cervical mucus be creamy after ovulation if pregnancy was achieved?

Would my cervical mucus be creamy after ovulation if pregnancy was achieved?

Possibly: Your cervical mucus is not exact enough to say if you got pregnant or not. Be patient and good luck. ...Read more

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Always get creamy CM after ovulation, but when you ovulate does your cervical mucus instantly change, like right away it goes from clear to dense?

Not reliable: Relying on cervical mucous as a tool for predicting ovulation is highly unreliable. If you feel you have abnormal discharge get tested for infection. If you are trying to get pregnant try an ovulation kit. If you want to avoid pregnancy use condoms or birth control. ...Read more

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Is everyday creamy cervical mucus after ovulation a pregnancy sign?

Is everyday creamy cervical mucus after ovulation a pregnancy sign?

No: During and after ovulation the quality of the cervical mucus changes. The cervical mucus becomes thinner and more stringy, allowing easier penetration of the sperm.
Any symptoms/signs during ovulation do not indicate a pregnancy. ...Read more

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Does no cervical fluid 8 days post ovulation mean no pregnancy?

Misinformed?: No. Not in any way. Following vaginal or cervical discharge is an old wives tale that has zero reliability in monitoring any part of a menstrual or pregnancy cycle. Please do a pregnancy test if your next period does not begin. ...Read more

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How does cervical mucuse look like after ovulation?

How does cervical mucuse look like after ovulation?

Getting Pregnant: Based on your questions, it looks like you ; your partner want a family. Monitor the timing of your periods. In general, ovulation occurs mid-cycle, about 7-10 days after the end of your period. When you ovulate, you may feel a little pain on either side. Your mucus is clear and very stretchy. The test line on the ovulation kit becomes darker than the control line. Enjoy sex, be patient. ...Read more

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Cervix stayed high and hard after ovulation and hasn't dropped. What do I do?

Cervix stayed high and hard after ovulation and hasn't dropped. What do I do?

Do not worry: And please do not check your cervix, there is absolutely nothing of value you can tell by "checking" the cervix of a non-pregnant woman. It does not tell you anything about your ovulation, and may cause bleeding. Best wishes. ...Read more

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Cervix still open after ovulation. Is this normal?

Cervix still open after ovulation. Is this normal?

Very likely: Cervical 'position' in a non-pregnant woman has no meaning and i'd recommend you not check it. That's total internet nonsense. Good luck! ...Read more

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How long does it take for the cervix go back to normal after ovulation?

How long does it take for the cervix go back to normal after ovulation?

14 Days: If by normal you mean the mucus to become thin again. Progesterone make the mucus thick right after ovulation and last an average of 14 days after which our period should follow. ...Read more

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What could cause me to have a lot of white cervical mucous after ovulation?

What could cause me to have a lot of white cervical mucous after ovulation?

Normal: Around the time of ovulation and for up to 36 hours later, the cervix produces copious amount of cervical mucous. Up to 50% of women have a discharge of this mucous around ovulation. The mucous can mix with the vaginal discharge, giving it a whitish appearance. Don't forget, it could also be semen coming out of the vagina (which is also normal). ...Read more

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Why did my cervix go from low and firm to high and soft after ovulation?

Why did my cervix go from low and firm to high and soft after ovulation?

Nothing: Examining your cervix does not reliably tell you anything about ovulation, that's just popular gossip. It can cause bleeding, I wouldn't do it. ...Read more

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If my cervix is high soft and open after ovulation, could I be pregnant?

If my cervix is high soft and open after ovulation, could I be pregnant?

Cervix and ovulation: That's normal. The cervix wants to admit sperm at ovulation to allow fertilization of your egg. This doesn't indicate pregnancy. ...Read more

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Cervix is very soft and low few days after ovulation.?

Cervix is very soft and low few days after ovulation.?

No need to check: Cervical position and consistency is only relevant when you are pregnant especially in the late 3rd trimester. Hormonal changes during the menstrual cycle cause very subtle changes in the cervix that are not important to monitor. No judgments or clinical decision making can be accurately made based on cervical position or consistency in a non-pregnant patient. ...Read more

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Ovulation (Definition)

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