Does kegg distinguish between sticky, creamy, or eggwhite cervical mucus?

The way women perceive and chart cervical mucus according to the fertility awareness-based methods (e.g. sticky, creamy, egg-white, etc.) is not how kegg displays the fertility results. Instead, kegg measures electrolyte levels in the cervical mucus.

kegg senses electrolyte levels of the vaginal environment and displays the daily readings over the course of the cycle. kegg’s mobile app displays user data on a cycle graph, along with a daily fertility status of “low”, “possible”, or “likely”

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Last updated byPatrik Uhrin