Difference between vaginal discharge and cervical mucus

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November 21, 2012 at 7:01 pm #156

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There is likely to be many days in a row in which most women have no cervical mucus at all. You will only have cervical mucus (and possibly at times an associated sensation of lubrication) when your estrogen levels are high enough which is during the fertile phase of your cycle. This may only be a few days a month. There are rare cases of women that do not have any cervical mucus. This can be modified with certain medical interventions if needed. We will advise you on how to increase your cervical mucus if needed. At this point, however, I would recommend at least charting for one month before making an evaluation that you do not have cervical mucus. I suspect that you are just now in the infertile phase of your cycle, when we would expect that you would not have cervical mucus and that eventually you will have the start of cervical mucus with rise of estrogen and fertility in your cycle. Please continue to chart using the prompted questions as described in the videos and as the app asks you and we will continue to advise you as the month unfolds.

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