Vaginal secrete discharges throughout the whole menstrual cycle. Bloody secrete is followed by a few days of scant discharge. Eventually the amount of this discharge increases, while the consistency starts to thin down. The peak of cervical mucus production coincides with ovulation. Cervical mucus immediately before period is produced in average quantity, it is thick and white. Normally it should not have any specific smell and foreign matters. Presence of blood in cervical mucus between periods should serve ground for clinical examination.
The female reproductive system has a complex structure, which is constantly updating. Regeneration processes are included in the menstrual cycle (MC), which consists of three ovarian phases and three stages of endometrial alteration, correlated to them.