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    Default Charting Question- Spotting and CM

    Hi all,

    I just did a CM check and got a bit of pink tinge in my cm (first was a pin prick of red, went for a walk came back and now slightly pink tinge cm), not when I wipe it is just normal but it is only when I CP/CM check I get this.

    My question is do i count this as spotting or wait until it shows when I wipe?

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    Default Charting Question- Spotting and CM

    How many dpo are you? Could be implantation try doing a sensitive hpt fx your preg

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    I am 11dpo and on CD26, AF usually comes around cd27-28 so I don't think it is implantation, thank you for positive vibes though... I can dream

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    Hi charting freinds. Had a question re creamy vs ewcm. I am only 7dpo – have been know to O anywhere from 8-13 (or 15 last cycle). This morning I did a cm check and it was more creamy than egg white in colour, but had thickness and stretch (2-3cms at least) of ewcm.

    What should I put?


 

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