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zebrasuit19
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Hi, i was just wondering whether that period of time in your cycle where you lubricate heaps (I mean heaps of gooey mucus-y stuff down there) means you're fertile? Thanks
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Robin Lee
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This article has a lot of good information on cervical mucus and fertility. There's a certain amount of variance among bodies, but generally at the time of ovulation (when an egg is released and fertility is highest) the cervical fluid is clear and stretchy.

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