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#1 of 2 Old 12-17-2010, 11:18 AM - Thread Starter
 
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If you conceive, does your body stop making EWCM for that cycle?


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I know some mamas get EWCM once they get pg and notice it right around the time (or right before) they get a BFP.  Some women just have a lot of CM while pg. 

 

Is this what you were asking?

 

For me, I never saw it after ovulation the cycle I got pg.  Some women can also have a little surge of EWCM after O during the LP, but on a normal (not a conception) cycle. . .just a hormonal surge.  Its mentioned in TCOYF. 


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