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Q: 'Down There' issues a symptom? *TMI*

I am having a strange issue with my downstairs region, and I'm extremely curious about it, because I think it may be a symptom. I am 9dpo today. This has been happening since 5dpo-ish...I'm not sure exactly.

I am chronically wet. Not the slippery kind from arousal, and not the EWCM kind, either. Actually, my CM is rather like wallpaper paste right now. Instead, the wetness is only present around the opening of my vagina and is exactly like water. No smell, not sticky, just like water.

This gets uncomfortable because hey, who wants to be wet all the time? In fact, I've become diaper rash-y. It doesn't matter if I wear a pad or dry myself, it comes back within minutes.

I remember something like this last cycle, but I don't know what caused it. I shave so perhaps it's irritation? Though, I've never had anything like this before and I've been shaving for years. I have no idea.

Has anyone ever experienced this? Thanks.

This question was asked Dec. 13, 2012 3:03pm
Category: Early Pregnancy Symptoms

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Answered by mamalr - Dec. 13, 2012 3:08pm
I am totally in the same boat as you!!! I told my mom yesterday that it feels like I wet my pants, they are so wet. It is crazy!

I have been preg once before, but it ended in M/C (this August). But today I am 15 DPO, AF was due yesterday. For the last few days, it has been like Niagra Falls...lol...

I'm really hoping this is our cycle... we've been trying for a while and were heartbroken when we lost the baby at 9 weeks. I am too scared to test... I have such hope right now, but if that test comes back negative, I will just feel miserable.

Good luck to you! Keep me posted!

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