Cervical Mucus When Ovulating



Cervical Mucus When Ovulating : EWCM During OvulationOvulation and Cervical Mucus

When ovulating, your cervical mucus can give you important clues about when you are most fertile. Cervical mucus (often abbreviated CM) is your body’s natural way to make your vagina and uterus sperm-friendly, guiding and protecting the sperm on their way to your fallopian tubes and waiting egg.

Cervical secretions change throughout your cycle. When you are not close to ovulation, mucus is usually absent. You may first notice wetness in your vagina a few days after your period ends as your body prepares for ovulation. The best way to monitor your cervical mucus is by checking daily and keeping track of the results in a preconception journal. You will start to notice patterns that will help you predict ovulation and choose the best times to have sex to conceive. If you are worried your body doesn’t produce enough CM, there may be ways to naturally increase your cervical mucus.

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Does Preseed Work?



It won’t take much time reading “trying to conceive” forums before you find mentions of the popular product Preseed.  The main question prospective parents-to-be ask is, “does Preseed work?”

Preseed is a personal lubricant that relieves vaginal dryness without harming sperm. It is the only lubricant product allowed to say, “safe to use when trying to conceive.” It is also thought to enhance or improve your natural cervical mucus and thus may aid in conceiving a baby. It’s important to note upfront that no clinical studies have been done to evaluate pregnancy outcomes in people using Preseed. The evidence in respect to using Preseed to increase your chances of getting pregnant is, at this point, anecdotal.




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