Drying Up Before AF

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Alison - March 1

When you're in the days leading up to AF, when would your cm begin to trail off? Right before, a few days before, a week? I'm not sure if there's a huge difference between women or not, but is there an average time period for when your cm would stop? I'm due for my AF on the 9th, and I'm very wet, although the discharge isn't thick, more watery. Any feedback would be great! Thank you x

 

Lee - March 1

I am due around the 9-11th and I am having a creamy, white disharge - similiar to EWCM, but cream colored instead of clear,,,, is this normal?

 

MandyD - March 1

Hey Alison - I think you're 'supposed' to be dry the week (avg 7 days) before AF. If you still have it in a few days, I'd think it might be a sign. Good luck!! : )

 

S- - March 1

most, but not all, of women are dry before af. others do get a discharge- however, a creamy white discharge is also a sign of pregnancy.

 

La Rae to S- - March 1

Does that creamy white discharge also apply to the days leading up to O-Day? You know, like the 3 days before the egg is ready and waiting?

 

jb - March 1

dont go by cm,,,i totally thought i was pregnant last month and had cm from o on so i thought it was a true sign of pregnancy .it was ewcm and then went sorta watery then lotiony..AF came !!!! im always dry before AF and when AF came i was disappointed..the best thing to do is not look for signs (easier said then done ) but it is easier on you if AF does show.. i wish you all the best of luck...

 

rah - March 1

i always get dry 2 days before af... it never fails. hope that helps...

 

S- - March 1

La Rae (again looking at book Taking Charge of your Fertiltiy- it does show that you can get the creamy discharge before (maybe instead of the eggwhite) as a sign of ovulation.

 

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