When vaginal discharge becomes thin and stretchy this is also called "egg white cervical mucus" it appears when a woman is most fertile , during ovulation week , this type of cervical discharge aids sperm to swim faster and survive longer in the reproductive system , to produce pregnancy , the stretchy vaginal discharge may come right before or during ovulation , and may last a few days after ovulation .
No, not necessarily. This is the exact description of normal cervical fluid that comes every month during ovulation. However, white, clear vaginal discharge can also be a sign of pregnancy.
I've found that the cervical mucus doesn't lie. If you had clear, egg white, stretchy cervical mucus, you did ovulate. The question becomes when. This is why Ovulation Predictor Kits (OPKs) are so important. You should start taking OPKs the first day you start to see the clear stretchy cervical mucus and test until you see that you're ovulating. That's the only way to know exactly when you do ovulate. All the best!
Some women get a little pain during ovulation, others have nothing. your cervical mucus will start to look like egg whites and be very stretchy between your fingers. an ovulation prediction kit can give you some warning before ovulation. you can learn about checking cervical mucus and more at http://www.fertilityfriend.com ~pawsalmighty
Its either smooth and stretchy/clear or thick and creamy. Neither should smell, itch or hurt.
After your period you will be dryer and as you get closer to ovulation mucus will gradually increase and it will be sticky and cloudy (creamy). RIGHT before you ovulate mucus will increase even more and it will become clear and very slippery, (like egg white) and stretchy. Ovulation will occur at about this time. After ovulation it will become sticky and cloudy again, and mucus will decrease.
Cervical mucas alone won't be able to tell you if you are pregnant. Most women's cervical mucas changes from egg white to stretchy and clear every month, which signifies that you are ovulating.
No, it is a sign of fertility though. During the most fertile stage of a woman's cycle, the cervical mucus becomes thinner, may become cloudy or clear, and becomes stringy or stretchy. This is called spinnbarkeit, and shows that ovulation is approaching. If you want to get pregnant this is a good time to have sex, since spinnbarkeit is less hostile to sperm, and can allow sperm to live up to 5 days. If you are trying to avoid pregnancy, abstain from unprotected sex at this time to minimize the chance of conception occuring.
Yes. That usually always means that ovulation is near or happening.
The release of eggs from the ovary is known as ovulation.Ovulation will typically occur around two weeks into the menstrual cycle, although everyone is different and unless using fertility awareness method or ovulation testing kits you may not know when ovulation occurs. Around the week prior to ovulation there is fertile cervical mucus, a clear stretchy fluid that helps keep sperm alive in the vagina so it can reach the egg, which is an indication of upcoming ovulation.
there are signs such as increased discharge that is clear and stretchy. lower back or ab pains can be a sign. charting and taking your BBT every day can help to pinpoint when ovulation occured.
Yes. Your cervical mucus is usually slippery, stretchy and clear as you approach ovulation. About 3-5 days before and one day after ovulation. Outside this period it can be non-existant, sticky, rubbery, tacky, or like lotion. It is usually white or cream but can be yellowish. Hello. Yes, this is normal.
Throughout your menstrual cycle hormonal changes will change your discharge. Around a week leading up to ovulation (ovulation occurs two weeks before your period) you will get fertile quality cervical mucus which is a stretchy gooey discharge like egg-whites. After ovulation your discharge can get heavier, thicker, and more lotion-like which may make you feel more 'moist'.
Yes - you could be pregnant. Unfortunately it is too soon to know for sure - as these symptoms could be something else. My first symptoms were sore breasts and bloating - and this started about 10 days after ovulation.
Yes, it is normal for your menstrual blood - or specifically the menstrual flow - to be stretchy. As well as blood your flow is made up of uterine tissue, cervical mucus, and discharge.
Hello, Cervical Mucus (CM) is not a indication of early pregnancy. CM becomes more frequent & increases in quantity if pregnancy occurs but this will not be noticeable until 1-2 months into pregnancy. Mild cramping may be a indication of early pregnancy but it sounds like your period is due soon, so this is most likely why you're cramping. However if your period does not arrive then see your Doctor for a pregnancy blood test.
Yes, it does. For more infomation, ask your doctor.
Here is advice and input: * That is normal for a woman's body, it doesn't mean you are pregnant. * It is possible. Some women continue to have a large amount of discharge after they ovulate, clear up through the date that the period is due. Others are dry. If you notice something that is abnormal from the way you are each month, it is always possible you are pregnant. Just wait until you are late for your period and take a HPT. Hello. This could simply be left over ovulation discharge. But it could also be pregnancy discharge. Personally I would go with it being ovulation discharge. But if the discharges increases a lot....significantly increases...then see your doctor for a pregnancy blood test.
You don't -KNOW- per se, but since most pills that aren't progestin based regulate your period to an exact 28 day cycle, you generally ovulate between the 12th and 16th day of your cycle. There is also a stretchy white cervical mucous that generally accompanies ovulation.
This is very common during ovulation which generally occurs right in the middle of your cycle.
Cervical mucus changes are monitored for determining when ovulation occurs through the cervical mucus monitoring test. As your cycle progresses, your cervical mucus increases in volume and changes texture. The changes in the mucus that is secreted from the cervix reflect where you are in your cycle. The consistency of your cervical mucus changes during the cycle due to hormonal fluctuations. You are considered most fertile when the mucus becomes clear, slippery, and stretchy. Many women compare mucus at this stage to raw egg whites. Before collecting a sample, be sure to wash your hands first in order to prevent the transmission of germs. The most common ways of collecting a cervical mucus sample are: * Inserting your finger into your vagina and collecting some mucus. * Using toilet paper and wiping the entrance of your vagina and analyzing the mucus collected that way. * The most accurate way to collect your cervical mucus is to insert your finger into your vagina and circle your finger around your cervix or as close as you can to the cervix. This will allow you to actually collect the cervical mucus instead of just it's wetness. Monitoring the changes in cervical mucus is the only method that will not require looking back to the past few cycles for analysis, and also provide reliable results that you can trust when trying to conceive. You can do this yourself by getting a sample of your cervical secretions and stretch it between 2 of your fingers (the thumb and index finger) to test for the consistency. Examining the changes in your cervical mucus can help you pinpoint your time of ovulation and increase your chances of pregnancy.