The role of cervical mucus and its effect on your fertility
Cervical mucus is the fluid secreted by the cervix to protect the sperm as it makes its journey through the female reproductive tract to fertilize an egg. It also keeps the sperm healthy during its journey.
However, a creamy and thick cervical mucus is considered non-fertile, as it makes it difficult for sperm to reach the egg. Besides not producing enough mucus or producing, a consistency that is, not nourishing to sperm can affect fertility and your ability to get pregnant. You can consult with the doctors of Kiran Infertility Centre Chennai if you decide to use the cervical mucus method to track your fertility and to know if it is the reason for your infertility.
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