That means your e2 is rising. You might even ovulate soon. The first time I had EWCM in 3 months of no AF, I got AF two weeks later.
So, next time you get AF, ask a Dr (a different one...) to test your FSH on CD3 (or 2 or 4 if the lab is closed on CD3). Then have it tested again for the next few cycles in a row. If it is not consistently going up each cycle, that means you are not in menopause or nearing it even. Women in menopause will have consistently high readings. Once AF came back, mine went up and down, and I got pg on a cycle with FSH=22.
I also had a Dr tell me that I "could try to get pg for another year, but if it doesn't happen I really need to go on HRT." I found a new Dr who did not jump to the conclusion that I was in menopause and waited several cycles. Then I got pg and she was like, "well, now we definitely know you're not in menopause!"