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Cervical Mucus Before, After and During Ovulation

Glands in the cervix produce cervical mucus inside the cervical canal. The texture and appearance of the cervical mucus changes throughout a woman’s cycle. The mucus can either support fertilization or make fertilization hard depending on the consistency. Fertile cervical mucus does not only allow sperm to get through easily, but it also protects it and extends its lifespan. [click to continue…]


Because ovulation is an important part of getting pregnant, it is important to know when you are ovulating, whether you are wanting to get pregnant or not. This is why it is important to learn what the symptoms of ovulation are. [click to continue…]

Vaginal Discharge after Ovulation

Most women have vaginal discharge at many different times throughout their cycle. During ovulation, white and watery discharge is common and accepted as normal. But, discharge after ovulation is widely believed to be a sign of pregnancy. [click to continue…]

What is Ovulation Bleeding

It is only natural for some women to be worried about any type of bleeding that they experience when it is not due to their menstrual period. Even if it is only light bleeding or spotting, this can be an alarming condition when the actual cause is unknown. So, if you are wondering why you experience spotting, then the following pieces of information about ovulation bleeding may give you some idea about your condition. [click to continue…]

When a woman is trying to get pregnant she needs to have intercourse as close to ovulation as possible. There are several physical signs of ovulation including cramping on one side of the abdomen, tender breasts and an increase in cervical mucous. Some women also experience some light spotting after ovulation. [click to continue…]