1461361 tn?1315677290

6 DPO.. Feeling 'wet' constantly

Hi all... Yet again im still ttc with no luck so have bascially stopped 'trying' but its sprung to my mind again, as from previously charting ovulation, i knew i ovulated 6 days ago and not normal for me but my increased libido was unreal so me and my partner did the deed doggy style (sorry tmi).. And so here i am now.. Ovulation over yet i feel constantly wet down there, having a few twinges on my right side but other than that, nothing, nothing what so ever.. Iv had so many "symptoms" in the past when i was looking for them!! But now iv got nothing other than this, i had to do a urine test 2 days ago for my Dr and noticed when i was holding the pee cup, (sorry again tmi) that a big blob of cm was hanging, which surprised me.. Anyone know if this is a good sign? Too early to test, AF is due around 14th. i HATE the tww.. Input would be greatly appreciated :)
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1461361 tn?1315677290

Iv just had an email to say iv had a response, but there isnt one?
1194973 tn?1385503904
I've read an heard that a week or two after ovulation some women notice an increase in discharge. It sometimes is like EWCM, or in most cases it's watery clear discharge. I don't know if it's a positive sign or not, but I'm definitely hoping it is for you. I hope you get your positive this month!
1461361 tn?1315677290
Thanks hun.. Im still waiting :-|.. Discharge is less, but AF 4 days late and breasts have become tender, nothing else! Havent got money to buy home test yet, so il just keep waiting!
12572165 tn?1426014933
Hey.. Did you find out if you were pregnant or not when this happened to you because it's happening to me 7dpo and have never been consistently wet down there which is clear and watery... Pls Lmk what happened.
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