Cervical Mucus: How it changes through different stages
From bleeding during period days, to a dry spell after it and sticky, slippery discharge during ovulation, cervical mucus changes in colour and consistency over the course of a menstrual cycle due to hormonal changes.
Once ovulation has occurred the amount of mucus too will begin to decline. Some find it getting thicker, cloudy, or gluey again, while others experience dry days during this time
The consistency of cervical mucus sees distinct changes after conception. It is one of the very early signs of pregnancy. The mucus may turn thick, gummy, and clear in colour.