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While elevated basal body temperature is a sure sign that ovulation has occurred, cervical mucus reflects the fertile and highly productive phase of the female cycle. The mucus is judged by how it feels in the vagina – dry, moist or wet. Also, the visual quality is assessed. If it is whitish-yellow, lumpy and not very stretchy, this is the beginning of the fertile phase. The woman is most fertile when it is transparent, translucent, elastic and watery.

Cervical mucus may be taken directly from the cervix (cervical). Not every woman produces so much mucus that it can be easily observed at the vaginal outlet.

Mucus-Abbrev

 

Sensation / Feeling

 

Appearance

 

Fruit-ability

 

t

 

Dry, rough, itchy, uncomfortable feeling

 

 

 

Not fertile

 

Ø

 

No moisture, no sensation at the vaginal opening

 

Nothing seen, no mucus at the vaginal entrance

 

Not fertile

 

f

 

Wet

 

Nothing seen, no mucus at the vaginal entrance

 

Not fertile

 

s

 

Wet

 

Thickish, whitish, opaque, creamy, chunky, yellowish, sticky, somewhat tough and resilient

 

Fruitful

 

+ S

 

Wet

 

Glassy, ​​transparent, like raw egg white, stretchy, stringy, liquid, like water, reddish, reddish brown, yellowish-red

 

Very fruitful

 

+ S

 

Wet, slippery, lubricated, soft, smooth

 

Glassy, ​​transparent, like raw egg white, stretchy, spinnable, stringy, liquid, like water, reddish, reddish brown, yellowish-red

 

Very fruitful

 

At the beginning of the cycle, the cervix is hard and closed. During the course of the cycle, it is softer and opens up to allow easier passage to the sperm. To investigate, insert one or two fingers into the vagina. If your cervix feels soft-to-slightly open, it is a sign of a highly fertile period. Cervical mucus is then mostly clear, transparent and flexible or is like water.

 

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