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August 17th, 2006, 06:23 PM
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Is it possible to ovulate just a few days after you perido? I been seeing supposely the "signs of ovulation" such of CM and the white creamy stuff just a few days after my perido . I been seeing this since July. I'll see this about 3-5 days after I had my perido.
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August 25th, 2006, 01:44 PM
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Is it possible to ovulate just a few days after you perido? I been seeing supposely the "signs of ovulation" such of CM and the white creamy stuff just a few days after my perido . I been seeing this since July. I'll see this about 3-5 days after I had my perido.[/b]

Yes, it's definitely possible. It's more likely if your cycles tend to be short - under 26 days.

However, some women also produce an infertile vaginal discharge throughout their cycle, so you might be experiencing that. To determine what is truly fertile and what might be an infertile vaginal discharge, it's best to work with a certified NFP instructor - since every woman's body is unique and her patterns of fertility will also be unique to her.

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