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Old 12-02-2011, 07:01 AM   #11
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Re: *TMI WARNING* Trying to understand cervical mucus

I'm glad someone else asked! LOL
I never feel like mine gets that super stretchy-ness, just really watery like nose running when crying so I'm happy to know we've been doing it right!

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Re: *TMI WARNING* Trying to understand cervical mucus

Thanks SOO much mamas. I didn't really know we were going to be trying until the same day I was noticing a lot of what seems to be the "good stuff" lol. DH just came out and said he was ready out of no where. We supposed to be taking it easy and NTNP but it turns out thats just not me. So without bugging DH about it I have started keeping an eye on this. It is during what should be my fertile times according to the ovulation calendars you can do online but they have huge range of days. I am pretty sure that we DTD on the right day I am sure this is also TMI but I also have a hightened desire when this type (more watery and lots of it). I take this to be a good sign too.

Anyways I am glad this is helping others understand too!
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Old 12-02-2011, 05:09 PM   #13
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Thanks SOO much mamas. I didn't really know we were going to be trying until the same day I was noticing a lot of what seems to be the "good stuff" lol. DH just came out and said he was ready out of no where. We supposed to be taking it easy and NTNP but it turns out thats just not me. So without bugging DH about it I have started keeping an eye on this. It is during what should be my fertile times according to the ovulation calendars you can do online but they have huge range of days. I am pretty sure that we DTD on the right day I am sure this is also TMI but I also have a hightened desire when this type (more watery and lots of it). I take this to be a good sign too.

Anyways I am glad this is helping others understand too!
I usually find myself itching to DTD too right when I'm most fertile. I think it's nature's way of making sure we don't waste energy having non-reproductive sex.
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Old 12-02-2011, 05:50 PM   #14
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Yeah the clear wet stuff is the good stuff. Which, conveniently, ive not had since TTC (used to make loads of it until I actually wanted it...go figure!)

And I'm like a cat in heat during that time! Like PP said, nature knows how to work it
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What about stretchy white cm? I've been having tons of stretchy white cm, but I haven't noticed any clear stretchy cm. It that a sign that ovulation has passed?
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It is less he color and more the volume and consistency. If there is lots of it it is q good sign and if it's stretchy that's good too. it is considered fertile even if it is watery though. Some people don't really get the whole eggwhite thing.

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