For an even more accurate picture of your ovulation cycle, charting your cervical mucus patterns and cervical position can be combined with charting basal temperature. Your cervical mucus changes consistency throughout your monthly menstrual cycle due to rising and falling estrogen levels, with the optimum fertility consistency at ovulation. (This enhances sperm’s ability to travel the cervix and reach the egg.) Your cervical mucus can vary from thick and sticky, to soft and creamy, to a thinner Read more [...]
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