If you are planning to start a family then you must know what Cervical Mucus (CM) is and how it can seriously cause difficulties in your future plans for a baby?
Let’s get to know what the Cervical Mucus (CM) is and how to ensure good news for you in the coming future.
Cervical Mucus After Ovulation – All You Need To Know
Cervical Mucus After Ovulation, the Cervical Mucus is not slippery or wet anymore. This shows non-fertility. This type of Cervical Mucus makes it harder for the sperm to reach the egg. That’s why this is considered non-fertile.
Color identification of the mucus and touch sensations can identify the non-fertile mucus. the color is pearly white or it has a yellow creamy color. It feels like a lotion when you rub it between your fingers and it is thick.
Cervical Mucus while Ovulating
The extent of cervical fluids is at its peak while ovulating. The cervical mucus will have the following features.
- It will be Egg White in Color
- It will be clear
- It will be Stringy like
When mucus has the above characteristics then it is most likely that you will conceive a child so it is the best time to try.
Egg White Cervical Mucus – Good sign of fertilization
The estrogen hormonal levels go up when ovulation occurs. When this happens the Cervical Mucus production also increases.
The fluid that cervix produces during the process of ovulation is fertile and it has an egg white color.
The egg white Cervical Mucus is perfect for fertilization.
Causes of Thick and Sticky Cervical Mucus
Thick and sticky cervical mucus is bad. This can cause disruption to the flow of sperm and fertilization of the egg. You should consider medical treatment if you found the mucus to be Thick and Sticky.
Mucus is produced by your body and your body functions on the basis of what you consume. There are factors which can affect the mucus quality.
- An unhealthy style of diet
- Stressful life/lifestyle
- Imbalance in hormones
Keep a good and healthy lifestyle also eat healthily. Don’t stress out too much. Make sure that your reproductive system is in top shape and produces good cervical mucus of good quality. The fertilization then becomes much easier and your future plans can go smoothly.
What is Ovulation process?
Ovulation is a process in which a mature egg is released from the ovaries to the Fallopian tubes. The mature egg fertilizes by a sperm. During preparation for fertilization, the lining of the uterus becomes thicker. If fertilization is not a success then the unfertilized egg sheds out during menstruation along with the uterine lining.