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Cervix Before And After And During Ovulation
A little bleeding...: When you ovulate, a tiny bit of bleeding often occurs internally - not enough to put you in danger, but enough to irritate the lining of the internal organs. When you have sex, you are jostling those internal organs - and you may have pain. Naturally, you should be evaluated if pain persists for several hours. Lgromkomd. ...Read more
Yes.: It is very difficult and subjective to know whether your cervix rises during ovulation. Being able to tell it's soft is pretty good insight by itself. I wouldn't stress over this. If you are tracking discharge and basal body temp you have plenty of information to tell if you are ovulating. ...Read more
Once I feel my cervix high and open when would I expect to ovulate? Is it high and open before ovulation or during only?
Wrong Question: The right question is why are you feeling your cervix and worrying about it? Your cervix is normal. It is your cervix. There is ABSOLUTELY no medical or health reason for you to be feeling it and monitoring where it is or what it feels like. No medical reason or benefit to this unusual practice. ...Read more
Just the opposite: The cervix stays firm when not pregnant and softens when pregnant. ...Read more
Ok so if sperm can go through the cervix at anytime (not during ovulation) can you still conceive at anytime or a egg must be present?
Ovulation: is it possible to conceive before ovulation, or you must only conceive during or after ovulation? And how long can sperm live inside cervix
I have been trying to concieve and I have had all the test and evreything is fine, how do I get my cervix to open during ovulation to let the swimmers in as it's not opening?
Why do you say that?: Did your doctor tell you that your cervix isn't open or did it just feel that way to you? The cervical opening is small but the swimmers are much smaller. Since "everything is fine" that would include your cervical anatomy. If your cervix was closed, you wouldn't even menstruate. The only thing that might block the swimmers would be thick cervical mucus. Get clarification from your doctor. ...Read more
Cervix pain during intercourse around ovulation time, what is the cause? Trying to conceive x 7 months.
I'm trying to conceive but my cervix doesn't seem to be opening during ovulation my periods are like clockwork and im loosing all the right mucus?
Ad sex during ovulation and fertility my cervex feels kinda high closed more then normal was wondering if id be preagnate?
Pregnancy test: Those are not definite signs. You need to have a pregnancy test. Usually 1 week after a missed cycle. All the best. ...Read more
Yes: The muscles, epithelium and connective tissues which make up your cervix may not always reflect the hormonal changes of your cycle. A "soft, high and open cervix" may or may not be a sign that you ovulated. There are other more reliable ways you should explore with your gynecologist (Basal Body Temperature, changes in cervical mucus, ovulation tests/kits, etc.) ...Read more
Means nothing: Your cervical position and consistency mean nothing and are not relevant. Neither are things anyone needs to check or worry about. This topic comes up a lot online for some unknown reason. ...Read more
I'm having like a pulling sensation on my cervix what could that be from im past ovulation just curious?
As above: If it is bothersome, see u gyn physician. ...Read more
Very likely: Cervical 'position' in a non-pregnant woman has no meaning and i'd recommend you not check it. That's total internet nonsense. Good luck! ...Read more
Cervix: Generally no different. If you are young and fertile you may notice an increase amount of clear, stretchy cervical mucous. ...Read more
Should I trust my BBT chart (it shows ovulation) even if my cervix position doesn't quite match? I have taken them at the same time every morning.
Ovulation kit: If you want to know if you are ovulating simply buy an over the counter ovulaton kit available at any pharmacy. Technology has evolved where you no longer have to guess or use notoriously unreliable methods like bbt. ...Read more
How will I know if I'm ovulating and when to check, I was thinking maybe trying to find my cervix but don't k ow what it feels like or how to find it?
Please don't: I don't know where it got started, but this year the popular vogue seems to be for women to check how 'high' their cervices are. This is the worst way I can think of trying to track ovulation: it's difficult to check and means nothing. Counting days, bbt, opk, even checking cervical mucus makes more sense. Good luck. ...Read more
Last month I had a 46 days cycle, usually 34 days. This month I calculated ovulation on the 34 days and on the cervix. What is the reason of wet feling?
Normal: I'd discourage checking your cervix, you can't tell anything by doing it. ...Read more
Ovulation?: Ovulation is the process by which the ovary releases an egg from a follicle. The organ necessary for ovulation, as well as the production of several hormones, is the ovary. The cervix and uterus are not required for either the hormone production that is carried out by the ovary or ovulation. ...Read more
No need to check: Cervical position and consistency is only relevant when you are pregnant especially in the late 3rd trimester. Hormonal changes during the menstrual cycle cause very subtle changes in the cervix that are not important to monitor. No judgments or clinical decision making can be accurately made based on cervical position or consistency in a non-pregnant patient. ...Read more
Nothing: That is the way the cervix is usually. ...Read more
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