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Meggan Wilson 1 child; Ayr, United Kingdom 156 posts
30th Nov '12

Im 19 7 weeks pp and wouldnt dream of getting pregnant for atleast 4 years nvm the now your nuts lol



But each to there own

lauren [+2] Due March 14; 2 kids; Georgia 13472 posts
30th Nov '12
Quoting ℳommy to Kai♥:" It's not that I think I'm pregnant, I'm just wondering what it is..I've tested..not today, but any tests ... [snip!] ... because YOU wouldn't do it doesn't mean anything to me. I was hoping for some help but whatever. I'll figure it out on my own."


I'm 7DPO and I am having discharge also. I did a lot of googling and the best I can figure out is that it's just from estrogen in the body. It can be a sign of an impending period, or pregnancy, or anything really since women are built with estrogen. It's nothing to worry about.



For the record, I was 8 weeks post partum when I started TTC my son. I ended up being 4 months PP when I conceived. So, I'm not judging. They are 12 months and 9 days apart in age.



The one thing I can say though, is he was born at 35 weeks, and I blame myself. I was 4 cm dilated at 30 weeks, and although it could happen in ny pregnancy, I sometimes wonder if it was my fault.



And with that aside, I found raising a 1 year old and a newborn together was not all that hard. I really enjoyed it actually. My older was walking at 7 months though, so she made things 1000x easier as far as not having to carry her and stuff. It honestly didn't get that bad until my son was approaching 2 and she was almost 3. THEN it was a nightmare. They are going on 3 and 4 now, and its still patchy.... but for the most part (aside from hitting/fighting) they are good.

Kylees Mama 1 child; Faribault, Minnesota 4193 posts
30th Nov '12

I agree with batgirl, she isn't judging you by any means, she's just giving you other factors to think about.




Back to the actual question at hand, If you feel like your ovulating, the mucus your having sounds pretty normal. Your body prepares itself by getting ready to make an egg stick by creating more cervical mucus.