Use of Cervical Mucus as a Fertility Indicator
The cervical mucus undergoes a series of changes during the menstrual cycle, which allows a woman to estimate when ovulation will occur. Thus, by observing the characteristics of the cervical mucus, a woman's most fertile days can be calculated to increase her chances of becoming pregnant. Read more
Recommendations for starting assisted reproduction treatment
Assisted reproduction is generally a very unknown field, so resorting to fertility treatment is often complicated. For this reason, being sure about the chosen clinic, preparing the visits to the specialist correctly and facing the treatment in a positive way will make the process easier. Read more
What alterations can occur in cervical mucus?
Cervical mucus is a secretion produced by the uterine cervix. This fluid presents variations that predict the time of ovulation. Alterations in the mucus can produce secondary infertility. In assisted reproduction, a poor mucus-sperm interaction can be solved by AI. Read more
What are they and what happens in the different phases of ovulation?
Ovulation is the process by which an ovarian follicle releases a mature oocyte, which can be fertilized and can result in pregnancy. This process, as well as the entire menstrual cycle, will be controlled by changes in the levels of FSH and LH gonadotropins and ovarian sex hormones. Read more
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