Sep 12, - The glands in the cervix and vagina make small amounts of fluid that are expelled from the vagina at different times during the reproductive. Dec 11, - Cervical mucus is fluid or gel-like discharge from the cervix. Throughout a woman's menstrual cycle, the thickness and amount of cervical mucus changes. This is because of hormone levels fluctuating throughout your cycle. Hormones stimulate glands in the cervix to produce mucus.