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[metaslider id=203]Yellow Cervical Mucus Causes – Is Estrogen a Culprit?
During a yeast infection, cervical discharge can be thick and cottage cheese like in nature. In cases of yellow cervical mucus for instance, the culprits.[metaslider id=203] (more…)
As women approach ovulation, estrogen levels begin to surge, which causes cervix to secrete more cervical mucus that is of a so-called “fertile quality”.
How to Check Fertile Cervical Mucus for Ovulation?
Fertile cervical mucus is a clue that ovulation is coming. To get pregnant, timing intercourse before ovulation is important. Cervical mucus observations can help you to get pregnant! Changes in cervical mucus can indicate ovulation, fertile periods and non-fertile periods. (more…)