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May 2nd, 2013, 10:41 AM
girlsofsummer's Avatar Us two became we three <3
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Hi ladies! I'm Em, dropping by from the TTC Your 1st board.

I'm 1 DPO (EWCM on Sunday/Monday, positive OPK on Tuesday night). We DTD on Tuesday a few hours before +OPK. I'm not temping, btw.

Today I had a lot of CM that was slightly yellow tinted. I'm not sure if "creamy" is the right way to describe it, I really don't know!

Cervix is still high, I *think* it's firm, no idea on opening. I'm having difficulty telling texture and openness.

So what's typical CM and cervix position after ovulation? Thanks for your help!
Mirielle Margaret born 4/24
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May 2nd, 2013, 03:48 PM
bella88's Avatar Mega Super Mommy
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Mine tends to stay high for a few days but gets firmer and closes fairly quickly. I think generally they start to come down a bit lower but I swear my CP is all over the place. Yellowish tint sounds good for post O because from memory it is progesterone that makes CM yellowish and that's post O. I get a fair amount of creamy CM post O, or at least I have the last 3 or so cycles. Before then CM went to sticky or fairly dry pretty quick. Hope this helps!

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