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for 10 days now?!!! I haven't gotten a +OPK and I haven't had much at all for CM - except today I have what I would consider to be EWCM (It stretched a good inch between my thumb and index finger) .... I even took a pic to ask my DH what he thought
I don't think I have ovulated so I don't think it's staying high because I'm preg, but is this normal? I check my cervix several times a day (always at the same times) just to see where it is at certain times - but I count the one at 1:00PM for my FF entry. But it's been high at 8am, 1pm, 5pm and 10pm for the past 10 days?
Is this normal?
I DID have what I thought might be a + OPK last Saturday (Would've been CD 28) but it wasn't quite. The 2nd line just didn't get as dark as the control line, but it was noticeably darker than any other OPK. Two days later, the OPK (FRER brand) was stark white again...well you kwim by stark white, there is always that tiny little line, but basically stark white)
I'm so confused
My body is a joke!!
So sorry for all the cervix questions.....
December 9, 2013
5:20PM 8lb3oz 20.5"
Hospital water birth
I think if you're finding the cervix sign confusing, I would reccomend taking a few cycles to really master your CM observations without the cervical checks. Then when you're feeling more confident with that you can add the cervix sign if you feel you need the extra confirmation. Of all 3 signs it's the most confusing and it's optional anyway, so I would focus on learning the most important sign first.