What is the abnormal secretion during ovulation, is it abnormal? Generally, during the ovulation period, the vaginal discharge will increase, but the color of the vaginal discharge should be more normal to judge whether it is normal or not. It is normal that not all secretions increase, and some women have increased vaginal discharge due to illness. The following is for everyone. Some of the information can be referred to. Leucorrhea changes The leucorrhea symptoms during ovulation are the same as the usual leucorrhea symptoms, but there will be an increase in white spots. During the ovulation period, the amount of vaginal secretions increased significantly, and the water sample was clear and clear. At this time, the woman would feel the wet and slippery genitals, and the strips of mucus would be cleaned when rubbed with a paper. When women have such ovulation symptoms, it is the time when women are most likely to be pregnant, generally lasting 2 to 3 days. The leucorrhea may be ovulation, but it is not completely certain. Because some gynecological diseases occur, there will be more leucorrhea. Such as: 1, cervical erosion: childbirth laceration or changes in sex hormones or sexual behavior caused by inflammation of the cervix, may lead to cervical erosion and increased vaginal discharge. A small number of women may have cervical erosion without any cause, that is, “congenital cervical erosion”, which may also cause an increase in vaginal discharge. 2, atrophic vaginitis: a small number of women due to illness in addition to bilateral ovarian or early onset of menopause and menopausal women, due to the gradual lack of estrogen in the body, resulting in the vaginal wall will gradually become vulnerable and susceptible to bacterial infection Inflammation occurs, leading to an increase in vaginal discharge. 3, vaginal trichomoniasis infection: this infection is likely to cause increased vaginal discharge, accompanied by stench, and genital itching. It is generally believed that this infection is a kind of sexually transmitted diseases. It is easy to infect each other between sexual partners. At the same time, it is necessary to treat a sexual partner at the same time to prevent cross infection and completely cure. In general, women with normal reproductive age ovulate only one egg per month. It is possible to conceive after 2 to 3 days before ovulation and 1 to 2 days after ovulation. The ovulation date of a woman is generally about 14 days before the next menstrual cramp. On the first day of the next menstrual cramp, the last 14 days or 14 days is the ovulation day. The ovulation day and the first 5 days and the last 4 days are the ovulation period. Leucorrhea is the secretion of the vagina and cervix. Under normal circumstances, the amount of leucorrhea is very small, transparent and shiny with sticky, no odor, and before the menstruation, ovulation, pregnancy increased, if the time in the vagina is too long, Can be slightly yellow, if the leucorrhea increases, yellow, odor, mostly vaginitis and cervicitis, and many pathogens causing vaginitis and cervicitis.