Every woman should know their cycle if they want to conceive or get a better understanding of issues related to fertility. Have you been trying to get pregnant without success? If yes, you should take some time to really appreciate what is happening to your body each month. Once you know what is going on at every stage, meaning from week one to four, then it will be easier for you to interpret the signs during your ovulation cycle. In this article, we look at some of the changes in cervical mucus after implantation.
Cervical mucus or cervical fluid provides the best tool for you to predict the changes that your body will go through during different stages of your cycle. If you are always aware of the different types of cervical fluid, this can increase your chances of implantation and fertilization.
Some women will have egg white or fertile cervical mucus immediately before and throughout ovulation. This mucus is typically a clear sticky substance with egg white-like consistency and it can be seen in different amounts. When you see this type mucus, it’s a good sign that you are going to ovulate. With this mucus, you have the best chances of getting pregnant because the sperm will be transported properly and can live inside your body for 5 to 7 days.
One of the main changes in cervical mucus after implantation or maybe around the period of implantation would be that it will become very sticky. The same thing will happen after ovulation. Although this will vary, most women will not produce cervical fluid after ovulation around the same period when implantation occurs. However, if you are paying close attention to the changes in your body during ovulation you will notice that your cervical mucus is white and a lot stickier.
On the other hand, you might notice an abrupt increase in your cervical fluid at the time of implantation. The mucus might have a brownish or pink color, because a small amount of blood is released when the egg is implanted in the uterus lining. Once again, every woman might have different experiences after the initial increase of cervical mucus.
It is important to mention that most women cannot tell how their cervical fluid changes after and before implantation. Most women know that they are ovulating because of the changes in the mucus, but everyone will not see a brown or pink color. Therefore, you could experience implantation without knowing it.
As you can see, your body can basically tell you whether or not you can get pregnant. It’s also possible for you to know when implantation occurs. There are additional resources available if you want to know more about fertility and the changes in cervical mucus after implantation.