Cycles of Cervical Change shows images of the cervix. The images start on the first day of her cycle, continue throughout ovulation, and then end at the start of another menstrual cycle.

This site makes me want to create a photo diary of the changes in my own cervix to help with conception. As I have PCOS my cycles are never normal and being diagnosed as anovulatory last year, I want to see if there ever comes a month where I do in fact, ovulate.

These images are fascinating and will help many women figure out what the discharge they may be having actually is. I know a few friends that at the first sign of any discharge, they naturally assume it's an infection or that something is "wrong" with them, when in truth, there really is NOTHING wrong with them.

So whether you're trying to conceive (this is a true resource) or are just trying to better figure your body out than by all means, check it out. Be warned though, the images are graphic and show blood. I'll post a sample below so you can decide if it's a site worth pursuing.


"Day Fourteen.
White/clear watery cervical fluid, dripping"