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my child is 11.5 weeks old, and i really have no idea whether i've ovulated yet. i've had EWCM twice, though... does that HAVE to mean ovulation?
and, for anyone who's gotten pregnant while BFing before, how does that go with soreness? It seems like most women get that symptom right off, and well, since I'm BFing, they're usually a bit sore at some point during the day, if I try to lay on my stomach, or get engorged. would BB soreness be recognisable if you're BFing?
i don't chart, and have never. i'm an insomniac, so temps wouldn't be accurate. a little while ago i checked my CP... seems low/soft/open, but I have nothingto compare it to. guess i'll have to wait and see...
My CP is low/soft/open, too. I AM charting, though, and I'm not showing any O signs or anything yet. I'm pretty certain that our cervix's are going to be slightly open from now on after giving birth, and they'd have to be high to ovulate (usually, anyway).
Waiting for #2!
Not sure about the ewcm...I haven't had any since before I got pg with ds. But about breast tenderness, mine never got tender like they did with my first pg (like where even shower water or clothing hurts). The only thing that hurt was when I would bump them on something (like dh's arm or the wall if I walked too close ), or the first few minutes after ds latched on. But that wasn't immediate, it was quite a bit after my bfp.
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