TMI Discharge Question

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lalla2 - September 26

I used to be on here when I first got pregnant with my dd, she is now 18 months! Anyhow, I used to have a 32 day cycle, for the past 3 months it went back down to a 28 day cycle. The cycle I am currently in has been a little strange. I had eggwhite discharge I believe on days 13-14, then it stopped. It was not very much but enough to be noticed and I noted that I was going to ovulate. However, today I have had a lot of the same eggwhite discharge, but it was a little more watery. Does anyone have any idea what that could be all about? Today is day 18. We are not ttc, but we only use withdrawl as bc.... I know. I just have not exprienced the same eggwhite discharge twice in a cycle. Any suggestion would be appreciated.

 

kay101 - September 26

I've heard you can have it before AND after you ovulate, so that may be what happened to you. It's also possible that your body was gearing up to ovulate on day 13-14, but for some reason it didn't happen, and your body is just trying again with a new one.

 

JL3 - September 26

I used to get that all of the time.... but I never knew what it was either.

 

lalla2 - September 26

Thank you kay101, that is what I was wondering. I am under alot of stress at the moment, so if the ovulation process was interupeted because of that, I totally understand. I guess i have to wait and see when af shows up. If I am ovulating now, it would be a 32-34 day cycle.

 

kay101 - September 26

If you ovulated late, your period will probably come a few days later too. That's what happened to me last month.

 

GimmeaBub - September 26

Something i found out, which i thought would be a help to some of you girls who get confused about cervical mucus and it's relation as a pregnancy symptom as well seem to be having the cm issue at the moment. Creamy cervical mucus (called leukorrhea) may be a pregnancy symptom. However, if the cervical mucus is more watery, this may be a sign that your period is coming as watery cervical mucus may indicate the breakdown of the corpus luteum -- the body left on the ovary after the release of the egg. The breakdown of the corpus luteum happens if pregnancy has not been achieved. It just healps clear things a bit better lol

 

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