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    Default Calling all cervical position experts...

    Today I am on CD87 and I gave up testing for ovulation around day 35ish but after just going to the toilet and wiping I had an abundance of cervical fluid that was wet and stretchy like EWCM but it had a green tinge to it ?? Anyway I decided to check my cervix and it is extremely low, I hardly had to reach at all the find it, it is very soft and completely open..... I always thought a high soft open cervix meant ovulation.... So does anyone know what a low, soft, open and very wet cervix means?
    I tried Dr google but all the topics seem to relate to pregnancy so that doesn't help me!

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    Hi Hun, have you tried a pregnancy test? I only say this because I had a glob of green CM (like snot) a couple of weeks ago and found out I was pg a couple of days later, I also had the EWCM too.

    Do you have any kids yet? Sorry I can't see signatures cause I'm on an iPad.

    Mine is low soft and open, I have heard it can feel to be opened in women who have had kids before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cluky79 View Post
    Hi Hun, have you tried a pregnancy test? I only say this because I had a glob of green CM (like snot) a couple of weeks ago and found out I was pg a couple of days later, I also had the EWCM too.

    Do you have any kids yet? Sorry I can't see signatures cause I'm on an iPad.

    Mine is low soft and open, I have heard it can feel to be opened in women who have had kids before.
    No kids before and definitely not preg as I have not DTD since stopping fertility treatment in October and this is my third cycle since then lol, so no, no babies on board

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    Bugga sorry I have no idea then , the cm is a good positive sign the ovulation is on the way though


 

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