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HelloLove994
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I believe I am ovulating, but I have never been this "wet" before during ovulation. The mucus is very stretchy, and at some times feels like its running out of me. Is this normal? Any opinions?
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Robin Lee
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It's usually pretty hard to know whether one is ovulating unless one has been charting one's cycle for a while.

Every cycle can be a little different from the ones before it, so having more discharge than you normally have isn't abnormal or unhealthy.

Here's more information:

Honorably Discharged: A Guide to Vaginal Secretions

Get With the Flow: All About FAM

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