Vaginal discharge at ovulation

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Some women do not pay attention to the changes that vaginal discharge undergoes throughout the menstrual cycle. Others, however, worry if it becomes thicker, lighter or darker. Without the need to be alarmed by each variation, but being fully aware of those variations, it would be convenient to pay a little more attention to our vaginal discharge because it can provide us with a lot of information.

What is ovulation

  • Vaginal discharge is indicative of where we are in the menstrual cycle and this can become very useful information for all those women who are seeking a pregnancy. In this way, if they know how vaginal discharge occurs at the time of ovulation, they will have a better chance of becoming pregnant.
  • Ovulation is the most fertile time for a woman and occurs when the egg leaves the ovary towards the uterus waiting to be fertilized. To know the time of ovulation, you can look at certain symptoms such as mild pain in the chest, in the abdomen and an increase in libido. And if you want to set specific dates for your most fertile days, you can base it on the day of your next period. Between 12 and 16 days before you will be ovulating and the chances of pregnancy are greater. Keep this in mind whether you want to get pregnant or not.

Vaginal discharge at ovulation

  • But in addition to symptoms and dates, which are not always very precise, especially if your menstruation is irregular, there is a very reliable indicator that you are in the ovulation period, which is vaginal discharge. Most of the cycle, vaginal discharge is scant, whitish in color and sticky in texture.
  • This is the flow that comes from the cervical mucus, which makes it difficult for the sperm to reach the uterus. However, two days before ovulation, the flow becomes more abundant, transparent and slippery. Many women compare it to the white of an egg and it is the perfect indication that spermatozoa have more facilities to fertilize the egg.
  • So, now you can be attentive to all those changes that take place inside you during your menstrual cycle. Begin now to write down any variation related to both vaginal discharge and your menstruation, the different symptoms and even your mood. Keep in mind that it can be very useful information for you and your gynecologist.

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