I've been researching everything I possible could on the internet about pregnancy. Lots of sights have said that you could still have cervical fluid even after conception has occured. One lady answered this question a while back saying she had more cervical fluid after she confirmed pregnancy.
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Yes, cervical mucus is greatest during ovulation in order to aid sperm in entering the cervix to fertilize an egg. After ovulation the egg survives for a day or two then the body no longer has purpose for the mucus. Your hormones shift, your basal temperature rises and the mucus dries up. This is called "luteal phase" and it lasts until the start of your next period.
it comes during ovulation
The mucus during a yeast infection will be yellowish and sticky. Ovulation mucus is clear and slippery.
Cervical mucus is clear and runny just before ovulation and becomes thick and white after ovulation. http://wish2conceive.com
After ovulation your cervical mucus will be light and sticky. If you are ovulating, it will look clear, slippery and has a consistency similar that of a raw egg white.
When you are ovulating, the consistency of your cervical mucus may seem like a raw egg white. It looks clear and slippery, as well. The volume of the mucus increases during ovulation.
Both. The mucus usually starts about day 12 and goes to day 18 of a cycle. This is before and after ovulation.
Yes.Below you will find an overview of the changes that will take place in your cervical fluid throughout your cycle. Pre-Ovulation Following the menstrual period, there is a feeling of dryness. There will be no visible mucus. Gradually, more mucus will accumulate - yellow, cloudy, or white in color and sticky to the touch. Approaching Ovulation As you approach ovulation, your cervical mucus will increase. First, there will be a moistness or stickiness to the mucus, as well as a white or cream-colored appearance. During Ovulation At ovulation, the quantity of mucus will increase greatly and the appearance will resemble "egg whites", often semitransparent. The texture will become increasingly slippery and 'stretchable'. This is your most fertile time. Following Ovulation Following ovulation, the slippery quality of the cervical mucus will decrease and the mucus will become sticky and cloudier. Post-ovulatory dryness will also ensue.
After your period you will be dryer and as you get closer to ovulation mucus will gradually increase and it will be sticky and cloudy (creamy). RIGHT before you ovulate mucus will increase even more and it will become clear and very slippery, (like egg white) and stretchy. Ovulation will occur at about this time. After ovulation it will become sticky and cloudy again, and mucus will decrease.
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No, you often get excess cervical mucus when you are pregnant anyway