Cervical mucus

Cervical mucus

A mucus-y susbtance excreted by glands in the cervical canal. Depending on where you’re at in your cycle, your cervical mucus will change in consistency—and can be a good indicator for ovulation. If you’re #ttc (trying to conceive), you’ll want to monitor this closely. When women ovulate, cervical mucus helps sperm make its journey toward the egg for fertilization.

Related Terms:

cervix, cervical canal, uterus

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