Alteration of cervical mucus

At times, the sperm can not get through the uterus and reach the tubes because of the cervical mucus, which is responsible for assisting them in their journey towards the egg. It is what is called a "bad mucus."

The gynecologist takes the cervical mucus through a gynecological examination conducted shortly before ovulation and performs a test poscoital. Which soon will have indicated to the couple who had sex the night before or the same day in the morning. The mucus sample is used to determine whether the sperm live or not.

If we discover a change in the composition of mucus can practice an intrauterine insemination, introducing a spike inside the uterus and leaving the sperm in it.

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