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How Does the Cervix Change During Ovulation? - Medical Animation

 

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How Does the Cervix Change During Ovulation? - Medical Animation
MEDICAL ANIMATION TRANSCRIPT: Next, the sperm must pass through the cervix, an opening into the uterus. Usually, it remains tightly closed, but here, the cervix is open for a few days while the woman ovulates. The sperm swim through the cervical mucus, which is thinned to a more watery consistency for easier passage.

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