science behind kegg
Cervical mucus plays a fundamental role in your fertility. It nourishes and protects sperms as they make the long journey through your reproductive tract to meet the ovarium. In simple terms, cervical mucus is a fluid secreted by the cervix, the production of which is stimulated by the hormone estrogen.
Throughout your menstrual cycle, the amount and quality of cervical mucus that is produced will fluctuate.
Changes in mucus quality across the fertile interval predict the observed pattern in the day-specific probabilities of conception.
To maximize the likelihood of conception, intercourse should occur on days with optimal mucus quality,
as observed in vaginal discharge, regardless of the exact timing relative to ovulation.