A thick, white discharge can occur throughout your menstrual cycle. This discharge is known as leukorrhea, and it's completely normal. The discharge may start out thinner in the days leading up to ovulation, or when an egg is released. During ovulation, the discharge or mucus may become very thick, and mucus-like. via
Does creamy cervical mucus mean pregnancy?
You may notice an increase in white creamy discharge early in pregnancy, due to higher levels of estrogen. White vaginal discharge (called leucorrhea) is nothing to worry about: This early pregnancy discharge is normal and can be clear to milky white, thin or thick, and mild-smelling or odorless. via
When do you get creamy cervical mucus?
Sperm can start to swim through creamy discharge from about day 9 of a 28-day cycle (1). When ovulation does occur, the stretchy egg-white fluid becomes the easiest fluid type for sperm to swim through (6). via
Is discharge supposed to be white and creamy?
Normal vaginal discharge ranges in color from clear or milky to white. The consistency of vaginal discharge also varies from thin and watery to thick and sticky. Generally, healthy vaginal discharge should be relatively odorless. via
What does creamy discharge after ovulation mean?
Creamy white discharge after ovulation
This discharge is meant to help sperm reach the viable egg in your uterine tube. Once ovulation is over, vaginal discharge usually changes again. The phase immediately following ovulation is called the luteal phase of your cycle. via
What causes thick white clumpy discharge?
Yeast infections often cause thick, white, clumpy vaginal discharge that usually doesn't smell (or only smells slightly different than normal). You might also have a creamy, whitish coating in and around your vagina. Most yeast infections lead to itching, burning, and/or redness in or around the vagina. via
Does CM dry up after ovulation if pregnant?
While cervical mucus alone is not a reliable indicator of pregnancy, we can safely say that it is pretty rare to have dry cervical mucus if you conceived since both estrogen and progesterone stay elevated during the luteal phase. However, the changes may be very subtle and can easily be overlooked. via
Do you get creamy discharge before period?
Discharge before a period tends to be cloudy or white, due to the increased presence of progesterone, a hormone involved in both the menstrual cycle and pregnancy. In other phases of the cycle, when the body has higher levels of estrogen, vaginal discharge tends to be clear and watery. via
How do you know if you conceived during ovulation?
Some women may notice symptoms as early as 5 DPO, although they won't know for certain that they are pregnant until much later. Early signs and symptoms include implantation bleeding or cramps, which can occur 5–6 days after the sperm fertilizes the egg. Other early symptoms include breast tenderness and mood changes. via
Can you ovulate without seeing cervical mucus?
Can You Ovulate Without Detecting Cervical Fluid? Ovulation can take place even if you do not notice the “stretchy egg-white” fluid that we assume accompanies ovulation. Every woman can experience her own type of cervical fluid. Ovulation is assumed to take place on the day a woman has the most amount of wet fluid. via
What does your cervical mucus look like after ovulation?
The mucus that you do see after ovulation, whether on your underwear or on your fingers, may look cloudy and feel sticky. If you're not pregnant at this stage of your cycle, then you will soon notice the return of drier cervical mucus — meaning you may see no mucus at all. via
Do you get creamy cm before ovulation?
This cervical mucus may appear white and creamy, and stretch just slightly more than sticky cervical mucus. It looks a lot like lotion. It's not considered fertile cervical mucus, though some women may only get creamy cervical mucus before ovulation. It may precede your fertile period. via
How do I get rid of thick white clumpy discharge?
Thick, white, clumpy discharge like wet toilet paper may indicate a vaginal yeast infection (vaginal candidiasis). The symptoms of a yeast infection include itching, painful sex and irritation, and aches around the vulva. It can be treated with antifungal medications in creams, ointments, tablets, and suppositories. via