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Watery Cervical Fluid After Ovulation
Can your cervical mucus still b watery but not stretchy after ovulation?? What should it look like after ovulation? TTC
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
What does wet slippery cervical mucus for an extended time mean? (15 days + after ovulation) no infection.
? no ovulation: This may represent poor luteinization (progesterone production in the luteal phase of the cycle), or no ovulation at all with continued estrogen dominance in the hormonal picture. Remember though, mucous is just a marker and not an absolute. Might be good to be evaluated for adequate ovulation if that is your consistent finding. ...Read more
Yes, normal: Yes, this is a response of your cervix to increasing estrogen levels which occur around the time of ovulation. This makes it easier for the sperm to get past your cervix and travel up into the uterus and tubes to fertilize your egg. Once you start producing progesterone, the cervical mucus becomes thicker/less watery. ...Read more
Cervical mucus: Just because you have watery mucus for 15 days doesn't mean you're ovulating for 15 days. It just means you can't use cervical mucus as a reliable predictor for ovulation - which can be common for some women. If think you're having abnormal discharge, then it's time to check in with your doctor. ...Read more
What does it mean if my cervical mucus isn't creamy or stretchy? Its always clear and watery. Can I get preg? Got pos ovulation test, questioning it.
Clear is OK:
I think that clear and watery is ok and should indicate good levels of estrogen. May be helpful to have an ultrasound with a fertility specialist to make sure that you are not having a watery discharge for any other reasons....Like a blocked fluid filled tube (have seen this only once in 16 years...But you never know...).
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What does lotiony cervical mucus mean if it's ovulation? Had it for a week and a half after egg white. Then watery/dry.
Cervical mucous: Cervical mucous changes throughout the menstrual cycle due to hormonal changes. Some notice it more than others and for most it is difficult to use cervical mucous as a guide to predict or confirm ovulation. If you feel your discharge is abnormal schedule a visit for infection testing. If sexually active consider birth control. ...Read more
11th day of my cycle high soft opened cervix with watery CM but occasionally egg white CM with a streak of blood? Is this due to ovulation?
For the past two months post stopping the nuvaring, my cervical mucus has been watery around ovulation time and not slippery stretchy egg white. Why?
Unreliable: Because monitoring cervical mucous is highly unreliable and not something most doctors recommend. Most people are not really able to do this effectively. If you think your discharge is abnormal then schedule a visit for infection testing. ...Read more
I have ewcm only for 1 or 2times may be around cd9/10. Then it turned in watery. Now on cd14 and ttc. Can I ovulate without egg white cervical mucus?
While checking the strings on my copper IUD today I noticed my cervical mucus was quite watery (with little to no stretch to it); I finished my period 3 days ago. I was wondering if this was normal? Does it mean that I'm ovulating?
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
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
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
Normal: I'd discourage checking your cervix, you can't tell anything by doing it. ...Read more
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
Nothing: That is the way the cervix is usually. ...Read more
After ovulation and the usual intercourse with MH. I've noticed that I can only feel one side of my cervix its high n soft. Should I be concern?
Please don't: I don't know where it got started, but this year the popular vogue seems to be for women to check how 'high' their cervices are. This is the worst way I can think of trying to track ovulation: it's difficult to check and means nothing. Counting days, bbt, opk, even checking cervical mucus makes more sense. Good luck. ...Read more
No: There are no reliable signs or symptoms 1 week after conception. ...Read more
No: Cervical mucus will always be present. The character of the mucus is what changes depending on where you are in the cycle. ...Read more
Cervix ; Anatomy: Nothing. Which begs the question as to what represents "open' to you. A cervix is very much not open in general. ...Read more
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