I know I ovulated, is it normal to have white, slimy vaginal discharge after ovulaion?

I recently stopped breastfeeding my son who is 10 months old. Hubby and I are ttc #2. About a week after breaking him from breastfeeding I started to feel the small pains like I was ovulating so I got the urine ovulation tests. I took the first test that night (12/28/06) and it said I was definatly ovulating so hubby had sex that night, and the following 2 nights, and we had, had sex the previous night also. The problem was everytime I took the urine ovulation test the next 4 days it said I was still ovulating (same 2 dark purple lines). According to the tests I was ovulated from 12/28 to 12/31. Is that possible? And starting yesterday I have had a white, slimy vaginal discharge it has no smell so I know its not an infection.
I also have the saliva test and it had ferns all over it on 12/28. (The saliva test had the ferns for 2 days including 12/28.) So should I go on what it said?

Someone please help me. Is this normal?


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  1. Sounds like you are ovulating to me. The discharge is normal. Check out Fertilityfriend.com for more info.

  2. That discharge definitely sounds like normal discharge when you're ovulating. You usually do ovulate for 2-3 days as well so i think the tests are right.

    Good luck TTC #2!!!

  3. Actually it should be clear & stretchy/slimy, resembling a raw egg white, also in consistency. (In medical terms, a health care professional or doctor will point out that it is an excretion called cervical mucous, because a "discharge" is considered abnormal or associated with infection.)

    I took a natural family planning class, learning quite a bit about the process of fertilizaton. A good place to find an abundance of information is fertilityfriend.com, you will also find stories & blogs as well. You'll find Alicia's story (recent site blogs, "You want me to stick what, in where?!?!?!?!") amusing, as well as interesting & informative.

    Best wishes to you & your growing family!

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