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I have a question about CM. I know that during your fertile days, you should have EWCM.
But other than that, what is the order of CM? Or is there an order?
I'm thinking it's something like, most of the time it's clear, then water, then EWCM and then dry? And that this cycle keeps repeating..?
Or is it different for everyone?
Every woman has her own unique CM patterns. It should develop and change leading up to ovulation, becoming progressively wetter and eventually slippery. Then it should dry up abruptly. Creamy mucus might be one woman's most fertile mucus (but as long as she feels slippery, that's fine!), and EWCM might be another woman's most fertile CM. Some women are bone dry during the infertile parts of their cycle, other woman might have a bit of sticky or tacky mucus. Everyone is different.