janellody- are you checking at your cervix or just what comes on on panties/tp? I found the only way I can distinguish is when I check at the cervix. A few other tips, if it leaves a wet looking patch on your panties, that is fertile, if it leaves a splotch or streak but doesn't extend out that is not fertile. Impossible still to tell with BDing frequently, usually after we start our fertile time BDing, I just assume after I first notice wet or EWCM that it stays that way, I can usually tell the difference between when it turns back to creamy & when it is just leftovers! Also, when you wipe if it feels slippery than that means fertile, if it feels dry, that means not fertile (again, doesnt work when bding). I have heard if you do kegals an hour after BD you an get the leftover sperm cleared out and that will allow you to accurately note fertile or not.
Excellent advice! :D