How to Increase Cervical Mucosa to Achieve Pregnancy

The  or  produced actually helps the wishes/needs of every woman to conceive.

It is very common for women to experience vaginal dryness re- during their childbearing years, but if this keeps up for too long, can cause problems to achieve pregnancy. It is not easy to associate the importance of humidity in this area when having sex, with the fundamental that is to have a baby.

What is cervical mucosa and why is it so important?

The cervix produces different types of mucus depending on when a woman is during the menstrual period. Just after menstruation, the cervix produces a thick, acidic fluid that is designed to prevent sperm from entering the vagina. This is known as non-fertile mucus or cervical mucosa.

The  or mucosa, also called ( CF ), is produced by the woman’s cervix as the ovulation period approaches. This fluid is needed to facilitate sperm “travel” smoothly through the cervix. It can be seen outside the vagina, or as a kind of moisture in the underwear.

Changes in CF can be recorded and used to detect the time of greatest fertility in women. When a woman is about to enter her period of ovulation there must be an increase in the cervical mucosa. Like a change in the texture of elastic type, similar to the clear of an egg. This is possible due to an increase in water content and electrolytes, and a reduction in acidity.

The high electrolyte content can be observed by an ovulation microscope with the fern test.  The healthy fertile cervical mucus nourishes the sperm, protects it from the natural acid in the vagina, and guides it towards the egg. The registry of changes in the cervical mucosa is known as Ovulation Method.

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In a comparative study of 15 different fertility methods, including the most common methods used to determine signs of ovulation, the cervical mucosa record test proved to be the most effective way to detect the time of greatest fertility in the woman.

Cervical mucosa low or absent

You may have noticed sporadic , but if it becomes common, it may be a symptom that something is not working properly. If you continually have this problem and notice a complete absence of cervical mucosa, you may need to help your body so that it can produce cervical mucus again.

For women who have little or no cervical mucosa, it is more difficult for the sperm to reach the vagina or the place where fertilization will occur. In some cases, there may not be a suitable environment for the sperm to remain on its own. A woman may have developed anti , or suffered some form of infection, or followed a diet with a high acid content in food, which can cause Cervical Hostility.

Causes to have low levels in the cervical mucosa

  • Drink little water during the day.
  • Poor circulation to the reproductive organs, sedentary lifestyle.
  • The hormonal imbalance can cause changes in the menstrual cycle which can inhibit the production of fertile cervical mucus. Both a low level of progesterone and estrogen can cause a drop in the production of the cervical mucosa.
  • Fertility drugs that contain hormones may alter the production of the fertile cervical mucosa.
  • Cervical fibroma (very rare).
  • Electrosurgical excision procedure (LEEP) and cryosurgery damage from or HVP. These procedures can cause, in some cases, damage to the cervical scar tissue, which in turn can obstruct the segregating ducts of the cervical mucosa. However, it must be recognized that these cases are very rare.

Note: None of the natural options listed below may help those who have cervical scar tissue damage. Damage to this tissue caused by LEEP or cryosurgery, or fibroid damage should be checked with a .

Natural options to increase the cervical mucosa

1. Hydration

Drink lots of water during the day. This may be all you need. The cervical mucosa in 90% is water, so by not hydrating the body enough the production of cervical mucus can decrease. Even if you take supplements to help you with this problem, you must drink enough water so that your body can produce cervical mucus. Take at least 8 glasses of filtered water a day.

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2. Nutritional Supplements

Be sure to consume the essential amount of fatty acids in your daily diet. If you can not consume them with your usual foods, consider taking a full omega supplement, which contains omega 3, 6, and 9.

Essential Fatty Acids Help:

  • Regulate hormones
  • Increase blood flow in uterus
  • Reduce sensitivity to the hormone prolactin, which can suppress ovulation
  • Increase the white cervical mucosa, which is necessary for the sperm to reach the egg
  • Normalize the menstrual cycle

All these areas are primordial to produce optimum cervical mucus for fertilization.

  1. The evening primrose oil has been used for hundreds of years by herbalists to increase the cervical mucus. This oil is rich in omega 6. It has also demonstrated the ability to increase the cervical mucosa while also helping to maintain hormonal balance.
  2. The borage oil also has a high content of omega 6 fatty acids. It has demonstrated its ability to increase cervical mucosa, maintain hormonal balance, and is very similar to evening primrose oil.
  3. L-Arginine is an essential amino acid. A supplement of this type helps promote cervical mucus by supporting the production of nitric oxide (ON). Nitric oxide dilates blood vessels and helps increase blood flow to the uterus, ovaries, and genitals. Proper circulation of the reproductive organs is vital for the production of the cervical mucosa.

3. Herbs that promote healthy growth of the cervical mucosa

The herbal emollients and bitter help the functioning of the membrane mucosa.

Some of these herbs are known to increase circulation to the genitals, while others help hormone balance.

  • Root of Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus): This herb is emollient. The herbs that provide emollient action contain mucilage. The mucilage aligns the mucous membranes and acts as a protector and tonic for these membranes. The Shatavariroot has mucilage, which may help women with poor cervical mucosa.
  • Dandelion leaves and root (Taraxacum officinale): A bitter herb that stimulates the secretion of the cervical mucosa. A nutrient that promotesliver health for hormonal balance. It is also known as bitter chicory.
  • Licorice Root (Glycyrrhiza glabra): Emollient that promotes healthy secretions of cervical mucosa. Stimulates the hormonal balance by strengthening the endocrine system.
  • Marshmallow root (Althea officinalis): Or grass cañamera is emollient and relaxing for the mucous membranes. Promotes natural health for the proper functioning of cervical mucus production.
  • Red clover flower (Trifolium pratense): The red clover (the aerial parts) has demonstrated its ability to increase the cervical mucosa, helping to combat vaginal dryness. It increases circulation to the reproductive organs.
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If you consume these herbs as an infusion will also help in your daily hydration.

4. Use of lubricants to prevent sperm damage before intercourse

Did you know that most lubricants can damage sperm? Fortunately, there are natural options that have been shown to be respectful of sperm. These products provide lubrication when there is a cervical mucosal deficit. Using one of these lubricants can help the sperm reach its destination, which is beyond the cervix.  The gynecologist can guide you better about these lubricants.

Final words about Cervical Mucosa

The production of healthy cervical mucosa is vital for the conception since it facilitates the “trip” of the sperm towards the ovule. Without fertile cervical mucus, it can be a problem!

The cervical mucosa is also a wonderful tool to detect the right moment of fertility in women. There are many natural options to promote a healthy cervical mucus production …

  1. Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water during the day.
  2. Consider using important nutritional supplements that promote cervical mucus production including omega-3, L-Arginine, and evening primrose oil.
  3. There are many herbs that can help promote the health of mucous membranes, including their functioning.
  4. Many of these herbs also help maintain hormone balance, which is necessary for the exchange of cervical fluids.
  5. Meanwhile, when working on the last 3 steps, consider using a natural lubricant to help the sperm reach the egg.

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