How to Increase Cervical Mucus

How to Increase Cervical Mucus

Cervical mucus is one of the most important things to consider when you are trying to get pregnant. The cervical mucus is what makes it safe for the sperm to make their journey to the egg. Without cervical mucus, your vagina’s natural acidic environment will actually kill sperm. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

That is no way to make a baby! That is why it is so important to make sure that your body has enough cervical mucus, or the sperm will never be able to make it. Some tips for increasing cervical mucus are as follows.

Stay hydrated

Obviously, staying hydrated and drinking enough water is important for all of your body’s natural functions. It helps all of your body’s processes to work properly. Staying hydrated will also help with cervical mucus. If you drink caffeine, you might want to cut back or give it up altogether. Caffeine has been shown to inhibit production of cervical mucus. So stay away from it if at all possible.

Maintain an optimal weight

Being overweight or underweight can negatively impact your cervical mucus. This is because being at too high or too low of a weight can impact all of your body’s functions. This includes your reproductive functions and cervical mucus as well.

Reduce chemicals in your body

Chemicals in your body can inhibit the production of cervical mucus. By not using chemicals in or around your body, you can prevent the chemicals from harming your cervical mucus. Try to avoid douches, perfumes, bubble baths, lubricants, and perfumed soaps and toilet paper. Opt the more greener products that are available these days, to give your body its best chance.

Watch what you eat

Some high acidic foods have been shown to decrease cervical mucus, so try to avoid these foods if you can. Some examples of high acid foods include beef, pork, ham, bacon, cheese, milk, tomatoes, corn, and some acidic fruit. Also try to avoid eating too much wheat bran.

Cough syrup?

Some doctors recommend over the counter cough syrup such as Robitussin as a home remedy to increase cervical mucus. Guafenisen, which is an ingredient in such cough syrups, can help to increase cervical mucus in some patients.

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Alyssia Granger
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Alyssia is mom to 2 giggley twin girls, Sophia and Emma, and son Hunter. She's a Southern girl, passionate about photography, travel and her husband Josh.