I've heard it varies from woman to woman.
Boogery, thick almost like eggwhite.
The snot like mucus is called the cervical mucus. If a woman has a 28 day cycle, then her period will normal start 14 days after the cervical mucus appears.
Cervical mucus changes vary from not only woman to woman but also pregnancy to pregnancy. A woman can have one pregnancy where she has a ton of extra cervical discharge and then another pregnancy where she has absolutely none. Typically cervical mucus in pregnancy dries up somewhat but it is not uncommon for a woman to have a lotion-like cervical mucus during her pregnancy or somewhere in between the dry and lotion-like consistencies. There is no one cervical mucus that can determine pregnancy.
It is a clear type substance that oozes. If anything seems wrong or anything is out of the ordinary then get that checked up on!
yes. a female should ALWAYS have cervical mucus. this is what keeps "everthing" moist. this would be like asking if your mouth only has saliva when eating.
Creamy with. A mixer of blood
It's cervical mucus. It is like a cushion for a baby, but when you don't get pregnant, the body flushes it out each month with the periods.
The vagina is like before pregnancy but the cervix, the opening to the uterus, is closed by a mucus plug.
About 14 days after the FIRST day of her period.or 7 days after the LAST day of her period.If a woman is observing her cervical mucus, when the cervical mucus turns like "egg-white" - clear and stretchy, that is the MOST fertile time.Best to use birth control than try to time it right...
Some women get a little pain during ovulation, others have nothing. your cervical mucus will start to look like egg whites and be very stretchy between your fingers. an ovulation prediction kit can give you some warning before ovulation. you can learn about checking cervical mucus and more at http://www.fertilityfriend.com ~pawsalmighty
Cervical mucus has to be clear strechy look like egg white
Yes. I had the same problem. You have hostile Cervical mucus if around ovulation your mucus becomes very thick and pasty. Sperm cannot survive in that type of mucus. Your mucus should be wet or look like eggwhites. I hope this sit helps http://www.fertilityuk.org/nfps401.html
Most of the time, as soon as you pass ovulation, it will return to a dry, sticky or lotiony state. That being said, a lot of women DO experience and increase in white lotion-like cervical mucous and later find out that they are pregnant. It can also be a sign of an infection too - so if accompanied by itch or odor, see your doctor at once.
thin as it wants to let sperm through the cervix into the uterus :)
Your menstrual flow isn't just made-up of blood, it also contains discharge, uterus tissue, and cervical mucus - it's the mucus that makes it stringy and jelly-like. Cervical mucus acts like a plug to prevent dirt and bacteria entering the uterus, during menstruation it is expelled from your vagina along with the menstrual blood.
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.
Hello - If you conceive during ovulation the mucus will still look like egg-white. But a few weeks after conception your will have a lot of cervical mucus that increases every week/few weeks.
In my opinion it feels most like Jello Pudding and tastes like pastachios
Hello. It varies in every woman what the cervical mucus looks like. Its usually white and similar to ovulation discharge. Cervical discharge increases daily or every few days, once conception has taken place.
In order to answer this question effectively, you need to provide a little more information. However, I will try to answer the best that I can. A few days before ovulation is to occur, the cervical mucus changes from a white, thicker consistency to something that looks & feels like an egg white. This mucus will be clear and stretchy. You may notice bigger gobs of this mucus after wiping or in your panties. This type of mucus may occur for 2-4 days prior to ovulation and you are most fertile at this time & most likely to get pregnant if you have unprotected intercourse during this time. If you have missed your period and are having this kind of mucus, you may want to call your doctor. Nothing to worry about but you may be pregnant, not due to the mucus discharge but due to the fact that you missed your period!
Ovulation is a process to predict but your cervical mucus is the key without buying all the tools like test and kits to predict if you are fertile. If you have egg white mucus on the 21st or day or two before then yes but if it was in your non fertile window then you have a slim chance of becoming pregnant
yes I have it. It is kinda like snot. Hoping that i get a bfp because this is not normal for me
There will be a raise in your body temperature or your cervical mucus might look like a egg white or you can buy the at home ovulation test.
Clear and slick, though I am sure it can vary and may depend on activities and nutrition.
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