CERVICAL MUCUS & CONCEPTION
Cervical mucus plays a fundamental role in the TTC process by nourishing and protecting sperm as it makes the long, arduous journey through the female reproductive tract to meet the egg. So, as you become more familiar with your cervical mucus, you will be able to know if your hormones are producing fertile and healthy cervical mucus.
In simple terms, cervical mucus is a fluid secreted by the cervix, the production of which is stimulated by the hormone estrogen. Throughout your menstrual l cycle, the amount and quality of cervical mucus that is produced will fluctuate, and by observing these changes you can begin to predict the most fertile days in your cycle.
- Days 1–5. At the beginning of the cycle, dis charge is usually red or bloody, as the body sheds the uterine lining.
- Days 6–14. Following a period, a person may notice less vaginal dis charge than usual. As the egg starts to develop and mature, the cervical mucus will become cloudy and white or yellow. It may feel sticky.
- Days 14–25. A few days before ovulation, the mucus will be thin and slippery, similar to the consistency of egg whites. After ovulation, the mucus will go back to being cloudy, white or yellow, and possibly sticky or tacky.
- Days 25–28. The cervical mucus will lighten, and a person will see less of it, before getting another period.
In some cases, some ladies see pink, red, white, yellow green, gray type of vaginal dis charge but in all, the most fertile type is the slippery/transparent mucus.
However, to completely ascertain your fertility and ovulation state, carrying out proper medical investigations like using ovulation test kits or undergoing forlicular tracking is advised.
If you have been diagnosed of lack of ovulation, hormonal imbalance or menstrual seizure, consider using 4 packs of FreeFlow Capsule for 90 days to address that.
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