How to stop excessive cervical mucus?

Stop and go. There isn't a way to "stop" cervical mucous production except by dehydration or lack of hormonal support. Many women would love to have this problem as it helps with sexual activity. If this is still a concern to you, please "go" to a GYN MD and get examined to determine if the cervical mucous is "excessive" or not and the cause.

Related Questions

If cervical mucus stops before ovulation day, is that means I have ovulated earlier?

Unknown. Monitoring cervical mucous is not an effective or very reliable method for detecting ovulation. If you are having trouble getting pregnant then the use of a home ovulation kit is going to be much more helpful. Read more...

Is it normal for cervical mucus to stop completely after a few hours? Does this mean that your done ovulating?

No. Better than cervical mucus detection at determining when ovulation has occurred, is basal body temperature. There's much greater discrepancy in detecting cervical mucus, then there is in measuring a temperature. To answer your question, there isn't enough data to determine whether ovulation is "done" based on mucus. Read more...

1st day wipe little blood then it stop. 2nd same thing. 3rd day wipe little blood with cervical mucus and little drops on pad. Really worried?

You should be... Evaluated by your primary care physician and/or ob/gyn. Bleeding outside of your normal menstrual period can sometimes be normal, but other times is indicative of something else going on. A thorough history and physical examination as well as tests such as a pregnancy test and urinalysis would be important to get to the bottom of what is going on. Read more...

How come when I have cervical mucus ovulation prediction tests negative and then when cervical mucus stops and I get very dry it tests positive?

Progesterone effect. Progesterone is the hormone secreted by the ovary starting at ovulation: it prepares the uterine lining and cervix for possible pregnancy. The cervical mucus will dry up to impede entrance to bacteria. Spermatozoa have to travel up the cervix before ovulation takes place. Time intercourse when mucus is is most fluid, test for ovulation twice a day: i think you're be missing the early surge of lh. Read more...

What does it mean if you have cervical mucus once a day and then stops completely if you have pcos?

Nothing. There is no reliable reason to be monitoring cervical or vaginal mucous. They are not in any way diagnostic of anything in any reliable way of any part of a menstrual cycle. Read more...