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FertileCMFertileCM and Cervical Mucus

Recommended by Amos Grunebaum, MD, FertileCM is the dietary supplement for trying-to-conceive women that's designed to promote the production of cervical mucus (CM) - the natural body fluid vital to conception and pregnancy. Cervical mucus plays a number of roles in fertility, both providing a healthy medium for sperm to survive - and as a natural fertility sign. The presence of 'fertile' cervical fluids tells a woman that she is nearing ovulation, her most fertile time of the month.

FertileCM and the Role of Cervical Mucus in Fertility

FertileCM is designed to help a woman produce her own cervical mucus - naturally. Cervical mucus (a fluid that is secreted from inside the cervix) plays an important role in achieving pregnancy. During most of a woman's cycle, very little cervical fluids are produced. However, around the time a woman ovulates, the presence of cervical mucus increases in order to help nourish sperm and facilitate sperm transport. It also insulates sperm from the natural acidity inside the vagina.

In order for pregnancy to be achieved, sperm must travel through the vagina, cervix and uterus to the fallopian tube where fertilization of the egg will take place. For sperm, this is a long journey and cervical mucus provides a healthy medium in which sperm can swim forward. Around the time ovulation occurs, cervical mucus is secreted in greater amounts by glands inside the cervix. The quality of cervical mucus also changes during this time of the month: The 'fertile' cervical mucus present during ovulation will be thin and stretchy (often compared to egg-white in texture) and more alkaline than other times of the month.

In summary, cervical mucus...

  • Facilitates passage of sperm through the vagina, cervix and uterus to the fallopian tube.
  • Provides protection and nutritional support for sperm.
  • Helps neutralize acidity in the vagina during a woman's fertile time.
  • Assists in preventing infections inside the vagina.
  • Facilitates sperm movement so conception can take place.

Cervical Mucus Production

Cervical Mucus as a Natural Fertility Sign

The amount and consistency of cervical mucus changes during a woman's menstrual cycle. By observing these changes in cervical mucus throughout the month, a woman can predict ovulation - her most fertile time for achieving pregnancy.

As noted above, one of the purposes of cervical mucus is to sustain sperm in a healthy medium and facilitate sperm movement. Therefore, during ovulation, there is an increase in cervical fluids, as well as a change in CM texture. During this time, CM becomes more pliable, "stretchable", and slippery (resembling raw egg whites) and is therefore a reliable indicator of fertility.

To observe CM, simply use clean, dry fingers or toilet paper to collect and examine your cervical mucus. During non-fertile times of the month, you will typically observe a dryness (or scant amount of cervical mucus). However, as you near ovulation, the amount of CM will increase and the texture will change.

Before Ovulation, a woman typically experiences very little visible cervical fluids. Gradually, more mucus will accumulate - but it will be yellow or cloudy and exhibit a sticky texture. This is non-fertile cervical mucus (sometimes referred to as "hostile cervical mucus").

As you begin to near your ovulation date, the presence of cervical mucus will increase markedly due to higher levels of estrogen in your body. First, there will be a moistness or slight tackiness to the mucus, and it should exhibit a white or cream-colored appearance. However, as you near your most fertile time, CM will become thinner and more slippery.

During Ovulation, the amount of cervical fluids will increase greatly and the appearance will resemble raw "egg whites". The texture of the CM will become increasingly slippery and 'stretchable', and may appear semitransparent. This is your most fertile time of the month for conceiving.

After Ovulation (luteal phase), the slippery, thin quality of the CM will lessen and the texture will once again become sticky and cloudy. Post-ovulatory dryness may also ensue as the levels of progesterone rise in your body.

As a natural fertility sign, monitoring changes in cervical mucus is a reliable method of ovulation prediction.

 
     
 
      
 
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