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Is a ton of cm in tww a pregnancy symptom?

Hi ladies, I was just wondering if anyone has had a TON OF CM during the tww and it turned into a bfp cycle?

I'm normally dry from O to Af. Sometimes I get a day or 2 before Af a little bit of cm, but this cycle especially 7, 8, 9 dpo I'm getting a river of CM. Crazy. Just trying to find out what it is or could mean. Any answers would be helpful.

Thank you.


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6 Answers • 4 years ago


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a great signof pregnancy

4 years ago


From what I have read, experienced, and have been told by doctors, an increase in cm during the tww is a very good sign of pregnancy. The purpose of it is that your body will increase the production of mucous to build the barrier between uterus and birth canal. This is also known as the mucous plug. It is just the beginning and doesnt complete the plug right away but thats the purpose. Also, some women experience this through their whole pregnancy.

4 years ago


I had increased cm from 9dpo... I am now 5weeks preg :) very good sign :) good luck :)

4 years ago


I have seen every type of cm on both pregnant and non pregnant charts. Remember every cycle is different. I usually have a ton of creamy cm my whole tww, but sometimes am dry, and last cycle I had 2 days of watery before af. There really isn't much correlation between cm and early pregnancy.

4 years ago


White milky vaginal discharge is occasionally the first pregnancy sign and symptom noticed by many women. Women often notice an increase in vaginal discharge like white milky discharge, especially if a pregnancy is likely. This vaginal discharge is very normal and often referred to as leucorrhea, or "white flow." It is typically odorless or has only a mild odor. It is generally milky white in appearance.

4 years ago


Thank you to all who have responded. I just had never experienced this before. I get to to do a hpt this coming Thurs. (3 days from today) I will have answers shortly. :)


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