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The cervical mucus undergoes changes during a woman's menstrual cycle, which makes it possible to find out what phase of the cycle she is in so that the most fertile days can be estimated.

During the luteal phase, once ovulation has occurred, progesterone levels begin to rise. This causes the cervical mucus to become whitish and thicker and thinner.

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Last Update: 03/11/2022