Cervical mucus immunoglobulins as an indicator of ovulation.

Abstract

A practical and accurate method of determining ovulation using cervical mucus is described. Ovulatory cycles from 32 healthy women were assessed using hormonal and nonhormonal methods. Cervical mucus extractable immunoglobulins were assayed for the complete cycles of nine women and randomly collected from 23 additional women with normal cycles. All normal… (More)

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