Q: I have no cervical mucus, what next?
A: Sperm need the mucus to pass through the cervix, and having no mucus prevents the sperm from moving up the cervix. However, having absent cervical mucus could also be a sign that you don't ovulate, so you should monitor for ovulation. If you ovulate regularly, but you think you have no mucus, visit your doctor to determine the issue. If you have less mucus while on Clomid, you can take certain hormones, such as estrogens, that can improve your mucus and your chances of getting pregnant.