I'm sure this has been asked before, I just can't find it.
When you go inside to check your CM, how do you know when you have watery CM, versus when there really isn't any, becuase there is always moisture there?
TTC since December 2011, off BCP after 11 years
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Bump - anyone have any help? How do you all figure it out?
Hi Brandy - I'm not sure if this is correct, but I would say if there is fluid on your fingers, then that is watery CM. I often notice it when I pee, if that helps. Good luck!
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If it is watery CF it is still slippery and doesn't dry quickly. If you are just wet then if you wave your fingers for a second or two the moisture drys immediately.
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Thanks all... I think that helps a bit... We'll see how it goes this month... after I figure out this cycle, hopefully the next one will be better!
This is so helpful, DJ! Thanks for the answer. I've wondered this for months myself.
TTC #2 since October 2011 (chemical pregnancy 03/12; MC 04/12; chemical pregnancy 08/12)