- 7 years ago
- Wedding: September 2011 - Boy #1 12/2015, boy #2 02/2018
I made this post last night, and no matter what I tried WB wouldn’t let me post it. Sorry for the lateness!
As for this week, we just took the car for an oil change and brake check, we just need to clean it inside, make sure the tire air is optimal and get our things ready to hit the road to our trip to Cali.
@livelaughlove628: Wedding that’s exciting. Planning our wedding was a lot of work, but it was totally worth it. We had such a beautiful time, the best time of my life 🙂
@octoberbaby: You had an interesting temp drop at 5dpo. I just want to let you know that I’m can’t wait until you test and update us as you feel right doing so. FX you get your BFP this cycle….we really need some BFP news in this board 🙂
@4littlekitties: Sorry about AF.
@NonannaS: I’m glad something is doing the job and you’re getting fertile CM. I have been contemplating the idea of buying a Clear Blue to test for LH surge. I feel like if I wait until I get +OPK, it’s too late to BD because I could only BD like one time. I think I’ll have to look more into this Clear Blue Easy Test. 🙂
@Franette: I took B6 to help me increase progesterone or at least I read not so much to lengthen my LP. I took it for the entire cycle, and as far as I know it does no harm even if you get pregnant, but it’s a good idea to double check with a doctor.
@emsy3110: Just to add to your question, texture is very important.
Sticky- It usually is white as in clumps and it stays in your fingers. It doesn’t slide or stretch.
Creamy- It’s like a diluted lotion. It slides between your fingers but it doesn’t stretch.
EWCM- It’s usually clear and stretches between your fingers. Similar to your nose mucus.
Watery- It doesn’t slide quite as much, and it feels like water. It tends to dry faster and it should be clear.
This is the fertility order as well. Ideally, you should move from sticky to watery up to ovulation, then some women get creamy and rarely EWCM after they ovulate. Maybe some sticky before your period added to the mix.
Please anyone, if I’m wrong, correct me. This is from my experience.