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Cervical Mucus

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Cervical Mucus?

Cervical mucus is vaginal fluid produced by the cervix throughout a woman’s monthly menstrual cycle that helps facilitate conception by allowing sperm to easily swim into the cervix. By tracking and monitoring the changes in cervical mucus, it is possible for a woman to gain awareness of her fertile and non-fertile phases. This awareness can assist a controlling the chances of conception. Cervical mucus can be monitored through an easy self-evaluation.

Cervical mucus is also known as cervical fluid.

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Cervical Mucus

Cervical mucus is vaginal fluid produced by the cervix throughout a woman’s monthly menstrual cycle that helps facilitate conception by allowing sperm to easily swim into the cervix. By tracking and monitoring the changes in cervical mucus, it is possible for a woman to gain awareness of her fertile and non-fertile phases. This awareness can assist a controlling the chances of conception. Cervical mucus can be monitored through an easy self-evaluation.

Cervical mucus is also known as cervical fluid.

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