white creamy cm

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So for the past 2 weeks I have been having creamy white lotion type cm. I'm due for period in 9 days. I have board line polycystic been having alot of unprotected sex with my partner. This type of discharge I have never experienced for this long when I thought I was meant to be ovulating it was more creamy white lotion and for like a day or less had a bit of clear stretchy with alot of white flecks cm.

When I first noticed the creamy discharge it was sometimes stretchy then thick and lotiony now white thick wet. I took a test 2 days ago which would have made 11 days till period due. Thanks in advance for replys 😆

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    Hi Belinda,  I think you posted on the wrong site.  You are describing a discharge that should be checked by your GP for infection.  Yet it may be a natural thing.  Have you considered a pregnancy test as you had unprotected sex.  Some women when ovulating or when pregnant have a thicker stretchy discharge but this is usually clear.  The white flecks and creamy colour suggest you should get it checked out. good luck.
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      Thanks for reply. Oh really I just googled it and said to start own discussion my bad.

      I was tested for infection and nothing done 3 hpt all negative still have 8 days till period is due. The discharge doesn't smell and its not itchy or anything like that I think I'll just wait till period due and test a couple of days after that I just wanted piece of mind really and a bit inpatient lol. Although I've read on other forums that white lotiony or creamy discharge os a early sign of pregnancy but I was looking for answers as to why and if other women have had experienced it for that long.

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    Hmm you need to check when you're next due on.  Sounds like your system has gone into overdrive or you might be in for a surprise that you wanted or a shock!
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