Ways to Increase your Cervical Mucus when using Clomid

ways-to-increase-your-cervical-mucus-when-using-clomid
VN:F [1.9.16_1159]
Rating: 2.0/5 (1 vote cast)

While Clomid is extremely effective when trying to become pregnant, at times it may actually work against you and the health of your cervical mucus. At times it may even hinder your body from making cervical mucus at all.

If you have found yourself in this situation, you are probably looking for a way to improve your cervical mucus and increase your chances of becoming pregnant while taking Clomid. Below are the top ten ways that can help you do just that.

1. Stay Hydrated

Your cervical mucus is almost completely made up of water. Because of this, you need to be hydrated in order to keep it healthy. For best results, stick with eight glasses of water each day. However, you may want to talk to your doctor in order to determine exactly the right amount of liquid that you should drink for your body.

staying-hydrated-is-one-of-the-ways-to-increase-cervival-mucus

2. Drink Grapefruit Juice

Another drink that has been shown to help improve cervical mucus is grapefruit juice. Every day during the last week before you are scheduled to ovulate, drink a large glass of grapefruit juice. Many women have found that this improves the health of their cervical mucus.

drink-grapefruit-juice

3. Add Vegetables to your Diet

Vegetables are good for you in many ways. Those that are high in alkaline can actually help promote sperm health when they enter the vaginal area. Some of the best ones to try are dark green vegetables, onion, lima beans and almonds. Citrus fruits have also been known to help with the health of cervical mucus.

add-vegetables-to-your-diet

4. Add Raw Garlic to your Diet

Some women eat a clove of fresh, raw garlic each day when they are ovulating and seem to have better cervical mucus. However, this may not be the most attractive option because it does leave quite a bad aftertaste and smell.

raw-garlic

5. Watch out for Antihistamines

Antihistamines are all about drying you up. Even though we typically take them for a running nose, they actually cannot distinguish between the mucus in our nose and the mucus that was intended for other purposes.

some-antihistamines-may-dry-cervical-mucus

6. Take Cough Syrup

Robitussin works exactly the opposite of antihistamines and actually helps to loosen up mucus in the lungs. Like antihistamines, it also cannot tell the difference between the different types of mucus in the body and will therefore make cervical mucus looser as well.

Peggy Fleming

7. Take Evening Primrose Oil

This herbal supplement has been used for many years to help women who are struggling to become pregnant. It works to help create fertile cervical mucus. It is available in a variety of types from supplements to oils.

Evening-Primrose-Oil-helps-with-fertility

8. Add L Arginine to your Diet

This is another supplement that you can take that has been shown to help with the production of healthy cervical mucus. It can also help with your reproductive system and make these organs work better due to an increase in blood flow to these areas.

L-Arginine

9. Take FertileCM

This dietary supplement has been designed to help with the health of cervical mucus and to make sure that the body creates healthy mucus. It can also help improve the health of the uterine lining which is important when it comes time for the egg to implant.

fertilecm-to-help-cervical-mucus

10. Use Pre Seed

Pre Seed is a lubricant that has been shown to mimic the effects of cervical mucus in the body. It acts just like the real thing and can help protect sperm and get it where it needs to go in order to fertilize the egg.

pre-seed-can-be-purchased-online

11. Conclusion

When it comes to becoming pregnant, cervical mucus can play an important role in the process. However, if you do not have a healthy production of the mucus or if your body is not producing mucus at all, you may find that it is difficult to become pregnant without it.

Clomid, while very effective, can sometimes turn cervical mucus against you and therefore make the effects of the drug useless. By trying some of these tricks for yourself, you will be increasing the chances that you have for becoming pregnant by improving the overall health of your cervical mucus and your reproductive system in some instances.

Ways to Increase your Cervical Mucus when using Clomid, 2.0 out of 5 based on 1 rating

See all my reviews
3 5 1
★★★☆☆

Be careful when and how you use it

I bought into the hype and broke down and tried this product. After all, how can you resist something that claims that the fat is literally taken out of some of the food that you eat! I must say, though, pay attention to the directions on the package. I used it for a few days with none of the negative effects that many people experience. But during those times I ate fairly healthy meals and nothing too fatty. Then I went out with friends and didn't think about the fact I had taken these pills. I ate chicken wings, blue cheese and french fries. And spent most of the night and a good portion of the next day with several occasions of racing to the bathroom because of digestive issues. I suppose it shows that it does remove "stuff" from your diet because I sometimes have issues going at all and with using this product I went several times a day. But is it worth the risk? Besides, I have no idea if taking the pill was making a difference in my weight loss or if I was having success because I was being more careful in my food choices leading to lower calorie intake.

See all my reviews
4 5 1
★★★★☆

Weight Loss through Fear of Embarrassment

Was excited to try Alli, heard such great things. Did not see anything for the first couple days I took this. Then came the HORRIBLE side effects. Oily, greasy residue in your underwear and the toilet, and the smell. Oh my gosh. It was awful. Talk about eating healthy - for fear of what this will do to you. Didn't even finish the first bottle it was so terrible.
Name
Email
Review Title
Rating
Review Content

Larissa Belanger, RN

Ms. Belanger has 20 years of experience in women's healthcare and nursing, including labor and delivery, postpartum and antenatal. She is passionate toward improving both maternal and fetal outcomes of high-risk obstetrics patients.