Cervical mucus is fluid or gel-like discharge from the cervix. Throughout a woman’s menstrual cycle, the thickness and amount of cervical mucus changes. Cervical mucus can help you predict ovulation, so you can track the mucus to help achieve or avoid pregnancy.
What is cervical mucus? Learn how to track your fertility by monitoring your CM and get pregnant faster.
What's the cervical mucus method of FAMs? Cervical mucus methods help you predict when you’re going to ovulate by tracking the changes in your cervical mucus (vaginal discharge) throughout your menstrual cycle. Your cervical mucus changes in color, texture, and amount during your.