I don’t experience any fertile cervical fluid. Will this prevent pregnancy?
The presence of fertile-quality cervical fluid is crucial for sperm transport and survival and an absence of this fluid can therefore prevent pregnancy. Although eggwhite cervical fluid is generally considered the most fertile type of fluid, pregnancy is still possible as long as the fluid you produce is wet enough to transport and nurture the sperm. For some women, creamy fluid will perform this function adequately.
For further information on factors that can interfere with the production of fertile cervical fluid along with some possible solutions, please check out the resource ‘Your Guide to – factors affecting Cervical Fluid’ from Step 2 of the Program.