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Old 07-11-07, 01:19 PM
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Hi everyone! This is my first post since I joined about a month ago. I've just been kind of lurking until now.
 
Well, my dh and I are ttc #1 since April. I have a pretty steady 28 day cycle. This month I should have O'd around the 4th. I noticed some CM around that day and on the 5th. But today I noticed a lot of CM again, and I think I am about CD 22.
 
What does this mean? I have never noticed this before, but that could be from lack of attention. Does this mean I am Oing at the end of the month instead of the norm? How could I find out for sure? Any advice would help. Thanks!!



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Old 07-11-07, 01:22 PM
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Once you O your body starts producing progesterone.. that causes the increase in CM.. usually the creamy white looking stuff... if you are pg that usually continues and sometimes gets heavier.. if you are not it will decrease and AF will show up..


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I would say that at cd 22, having good CM like that is a good indication! What day do you expect AF to arrive?
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Thanks for the info ladies!
 


AF should arrive on the 18th. If I am not pg when should the CM begin to dry up? I haven't had any other symptoms so I am not too optimistic this month.
 
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it could decrease a good bit a few days before AF shows.. it all depends on your own body.. your progesterone could do a slow drop or a quick drop.. everyone is different..
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