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Pregnant?: If you are pregnant and at full-term then that is certainly possible. If you are pregnant but not due to deliver yet, then please call your OB/GYN to let them know you have cervical pain. If you have discharge and fever then it could be an infection and that needs to be checked as well. If you are not pregnant then dilation is not likely and infection is much more likely. ...Read more
Change positions : Changing positions is the first step. However, if pain persists it could be indicative of something more serious. Conditions like endometriosis, fibroids, ovarian cysts and or pelvic inflammatory disease can cause pain. See your gynecologist if it doesn't get better. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Advise gyn exam: The cervix is the opening to the uterus, so, in addition to cervical problems, anything that causes uterine pain can cause cervical pain. If this occurs during intercourse, it may be "cervical motion tenderness". Contact your Gyno for an appointment so that s'he can check for infection, polyps and other gynecologic problems. My best wishes for a clean bill of health! ...Read more
See your OB-GYN: You should see your OG-GYN doctor as soon as possible, or consider even going to the ER (depending on what time zone you are in). It is possible you could have a pelvic infection, and the sooner you treat this the better, with the least chance of complications. This is not the type of condition that you should "wait and see". You should "go and see" your Dr to find the cause ASAP. ...Read more
Hi I have have been having dull and sometimes sharp cervix pain for the last week or so. I suspect that I am 3 weeks pregnant. Is this normal?
I have severe cervix pain during and between periods. I had a leep in jan. 2012. Should i be worried about anything?
Last wk i had cervix pain that felt like it was pulling up to my right side then mild cramping. I don't know if im pregnant... Is there a possibility?
Not likely: If you are not bleeding you are likely not having a miscarriage. Go see your doctor and get checked out. ...Read more
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