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TMI : when you are TTC, if you get pregnant....

does normal everyday discharge stop to make some kind of "plug"? sorry if TMI. but when would the discharge stop ? if you become pregnant? kinda complicated to even say what i'm trying to ask.... but i think i might be pregnant - but normal discharge hasn't stopped .... i thought it was supposed to stop to make a plug or something??? can't test yet - AF due Monday. ?????

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Asked by Anonymous at 2:24 PM on Apr. 16, 2009 in Trying to Conceive

Answers (7)
  • Actually discharge somewhat INCREASES when you become pregnant. It tends to somewhat dry up when AF is on her way.

    Answer by littlemrsmarcel at 2:33 PM on Apr. 16, 2009

  • ditto that.

    Answer by AK_aries at 2:41 PM on Apr. 16, 2009

  • Double ditto.

    Answer by CuriousSarahM at 4:46 PM on Apr. 16, 2009

  • Triple ditto...

    Answer by ljliammama at 4:55 PM on Apr. 16, 2009

  • It would be impossible to tell anything by your CM at this point. Sorry

    Answer by Anonymous at 7:32 PM on Apr. 16, 2009

  • Quadruple ditto, with the note that for me and many others, CM will dry up and immediatley prior to AF starting, it's EWCM again- with a low, firm cervix, however.

    Answer by KristenDanielle at 8:13 PM on Apr. 16, 2009

  • I have been talking to a lady on here who got pregnant using clomid and she said that when she found out that she was pregnant that she was dry so its true when they say every women is different. Also I researched it on the net and it agreed that it can go both ways, either increase and even change color or just dry period. Also the website stated that a majority of women will have alot of cervial fluid to make the plug and then right after will become dry. Just research pregnant cervical fluid. Baby dust to you and me both! :)

    Answer by LANDENSMOMMYlmk at 8:19 PM on Apr. 16, 2009

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