What does it mean when cervical mucus is creamybut stretchyé When you are ovulating, the cervical mucusis watery, clear and very stretchy. I know. That's what you are looking forwhen you want to know you are ovulating. The cervical mucus is normally thick, gooey,white and sticky. That's the normal state. Remember that your body really does not haveon off switches. You'll see cervical mucus creamy but stretchy as the estrogen levelsrise before ovulation. So this is what I will see if I'm goingto ovulatea day or two.
Yes, unless you have thick discharge due tosomething else, at which point you'll have thicker, lighter but still stretchy dischargewhile ovulating. The only thing worse than an social disease,is pregnancy on top of it. But an untreated STD while pregnant can createall kinds of compliions, so you'll need to get treatment for that before you get pregnant. And not have sex while I have the sexuallytransmitted disease. Technically, life is sexually transmitted. What else can cause this type of cervicalmucusé
After you've ovulated, the cervical mucusswitches from thin, watery and flowing to creamy and stretchy until it is back to thenormal consistency. So I can see cervical mucus creamy but stretchyboth before and after ovulation. If you did not see the obviously liquid andclear mucus to give sperm an easy way in, you need to use ovulation tests to see thatyou are ovulating. What happens if I get pregnanté You'll see the normal white, thick and gooeycervical mucus up to the point when the egg implants. It is kind of like an egg white,due to the high estrogen levels.
I'd consider the morning sickness the pregnancycan cause a surer sign of pregnancy. True, but if you're pregnant, the whitedischarge will last longer than the normal time period. Of course it does, because my period won'tinterrupt it. Yeah, having your period is a pretty obvioussign I'm not pregnant. Could that consistency mean I'm pregnanté If you did get pregnant, you might see a fewops of blood mixedwith creamy but semiclear mucus.
Or it might just be a little orange from thered mixed with white. It really is easier to use an early pregnancytest and be sure, as long as you do not test too soon to get accurate results. That's why they sell pregnancy tests inbatches of five and ten, and why people study cervical mucus instead of buying tests bythe pound.
Cervical Mucus After Ovulation If Not Pregnant
Tell me what happens to cervical mucus afterovulation if not pregnant. Let's go back to the starting point of thisdiscussion. Have you done a pregnancy test to verify you aren't pregnanté I've taken one and it says I'm not. You may have just taken the pregnancy testtoo soon. You cannot tell if you are pregnantthe first week or two by cervical mucusbut could via early pregnancy test. I do not want to have to pay for a stack ofpregnancy tests, just like I did not want to buy a bunch of ovulation tests, which iswhy I learned about the cervical mucus method.
Normally, cervical mucus is thick, stickyand white. I knew that much. When you ovulate, the cervical mucus becomesclear and watery. That's to let the sperm though more easily. And after you ovulate, it goes back to beingthick and white. I thought it changed after you got pregnant. It will remain thick and white if you getpregnant, and the volume is likely to increase a little when you're pregnant.
What happens if you are noté The cervical mucus goes back to being thickand white. And after you have your period, it goes back to being thick and white untilit changes when you ovulate again. What does the mucus do if I did get pregnanté You do not get a major color change, unlessthere's a few ops of blood mixed with the mucus when the embryo implants. But thatmakes it a little yellow, compared to the big red dot of a period starting. Or a miscarriage.
You'd see the same spotting of blood ifyou miscarried that early too. Remember, the embryothe first week or so is the sizeof a period. That would also explain why I was not pregnant.Well, not anymore. About half of all conceptions are thoughtto endthe first few weeks. Many are missed, though, as simply later, heavier periods. And if I saw that, I'd know I was not pregnant. If you were pregnant, you'd have surer signslike stomach pains as the uterus expands, breast pain as the breasts grow and
And morning sickness. A majority of women get nausea, but not everyonethrows up. So if I'm looking for signs I got pregnant,cervical mucus is not the body fluid that will make it the most obvious. No, peeing on a pregnancy test would, as wellas give the clearest proof you are not pregnant too. I just wanted a way to know I was not pregnantbefore going through a stack of pregnancy tests to tell me the same thing.
Test too soon, and they'll tell you no whenthe answer may really be yes.