Definitions for "Cervical Mucus"
mucus produced by the cervix, which permits passage of sperm to the uterus and fallopian tubes. This mucus changes in volume and quality at the time of ovulation.
The secretion of the cervix which changes in volume and consistency throughout the menstrual cycle. Its quality is a reflection of hormonal stimulation.
Mucus produced by glands in the cervical canal; it plays an important role in transporting sperm into the uterus and in initiating capacitation.