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Why does the mucus in the cervix thickens?

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The glands in a woman's. cervix. secrete. cervical mucus. when stimulated by the hormone estrogen. Cervical mucus usually aids in. conception. as well as serves to protect the uterus from bacteria and various other foreign intruders. This. cervical
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