Cervical Fluid, also known as cervical mucus, is the fluid produced by the crypts of the cervix during a woman’s menstrual cycle. Throughout the menstrual cycle, the cervical fluid is changing as a response to ovarian hormones and it is observable at the cervix or as it passes into the vagina. The Role of Cervical Fluid in Reproduction and Fertility Charts Cervical fluid plays an important role in reproduction and also in fertility charts. In reproduction, the main function of cervical [...]
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