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Today I found quite a big blob of a clear jelly-like substance in my pants. For the past week or so, I've had a feeling like I might be pregnant, but I just took a test and I'm not. What else could it be? I've never had it before, and it didn't look very normal.
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I'm never eating jelly again..... :-/
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Lol this is common in girls (I think?) you get it if you're feeling tired or maybe you got horny XD
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Where are you in your menstrual cycle?
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Pretty sure it's normal.
Just happens occasionally...
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(Original post by sugar_and_spice)
I'm never eating jelly again..... :-/
what, not even Hartley's rasberry jelly? :sad:
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think it means ur ovulating actually
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I remember in GCSE Science our teacher was trying for a baby and told us about mucus that was kinda like egg white. The stretchier it is the more fertile you are apparently. She kept doing this pretend stretching thing with her fingers, so disturbing. Anyway you're probably just ovulating. If it happens lots or you get anything else weird going on, maybe see a doctor or nurse.
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(Original post by Cmkai12)
think it means ur ovulating actually
^ yep
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Where are you in your menstrual cycle?
Ummm, I don't know. My last period was about three weeks ago.

Glad to hear it's probably normal though, it's never happened to me before! I got my first period six years ago, I should be used to it all by now :P
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what, not even Hartley's rasberry jelly? :sad:
especially not Hartley's raspberry jelly....
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It means you're in the centre of your menstrual cycle, ovulating.

(It's like this to allow sperm to move freely towards the egg or something.)
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That was your baby. Congratulations, it's a jelly.
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(Original post by ffiinnaa)
Lol this is common in girls (I think?) you get it if you're feeling tired or maybe you got horny XD
Haha, what is this person.
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That was your baby. Congratulations, it's a jelly.
A jelly baby? Mmm.
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(Original post by sugar_and_spice)
especially not Hartley's raspberry jelly....
whats wrong with Hartley's.
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It's called cervical mucus, which you get while you're ovulating like someone else said
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(Original post by sugar_and_spice)
I'm never eating jelly again..... :-/
OMG! That made me laugh so hard!
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whats wrong with Hartley's.
I'm a Tesco's own kind of girl :cool:
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(Original post by ffiinnaa)
Lol this is common in girls (I think?) you get it if you're feeling tired or maybe you got horny XD
I've never heard that before.

You plop out a lump cervical mucas when you're tired?
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