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cr - October 14

When you are getting close to ovulation when does the ewcm start? Is it before, after or during? Also, is it normal for you bbs to be sore/bigger?

 

Hi - October 14

Sorry I can't help you. But I would like to know the same thing.

 

Hi - October 14

Last month I had EWCM for only one day then this month I had it for 3. So I hope someone can answer your Q

 

cr - October 14

this is the first time I've really noticed or paid attention. I thought for a while that I was pre last month but af reared her ugly head - bit lighter and cramp free though. The sore bbs just seemed to carry over.

 

Hi - October 14

How do you usually track your O?

 

cr - October 14

With my first one I just counted the days to be 10-14 days after the 1st day of af. Took 4 months after stopping bc to concieve. Just recently foud out that cm changes during your cycle and all that good stuff.

 

Hi - October 14

I just found out about it last month. I have only been trying for 2 months. This would be our first.

 

cr - October 14

We've been kinda trying since August. I say kinda because my hubby has been working out of town and is only home every 10-20 days or so. I have 1 little guy right now whosw 2 1/2

 

Hi - October 14

How cute I want a little guy or girl!!

 

cr - October 14

I think a little girl would be nice, but so would a boy, a brother for son #1

 

MG - October 14

Hi Ladies, I think I can answer the top question for you. When you are getting close to ovulation you will notice a slight tenderness in your b___st, they don't neccesseraly become larger. They just might feel like they are a little heavier. If you are like me or other many women out there that can feel ovulation approaching you would feel a slight pinching cramp towards one side. The EWCM does not show up until the day that you are ovulating and it usually lasts anywhere from 24hrs. to 48hrs. After ovulation you might notice that the cm becomes clear. If you have concieved it will become more watery and start to increase again around the time you expect AF. Keep in mind every women is different and some women have reported that they remained dry and still got their BFP. I hope that helped some.

 

Hi - October 14

Thank you!

 

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