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Cervix Position After Conception
Ok so im confused...After ovulation if conception does happen how are the cervix hard or soft?Open or closed?
Here: Pregnant = hard and closed.Get a more detailed answer ›
Ttc for over a yr now. How long after conception will the cervix move higher. I'm currently 5dpo and my cervix is low and hard?
I was told I have a closed cervix and have to be dilated every 3mo to try and conceive, this was very painful, do I have other options for conception?
Absolutely: Cervical stenosis usually improves with cervical dilation. I'm sorry it's painful, a paracervical block usually makes this more comfortable. It's also unusual to have to do this more than once. Consider intrauterine insemination with or without ovulation induction. If it's that painful, maximize your odds and see an rei or an ob/gyn more experienced in these procedures. Good luck to you. ...Read more
I had a d and c on November of 16, due to retained products of conception after a misscarriage. I now feel two bumps on my cervix when I check my cm. ?
Cysts: Usually those are nabothian cysts(look up on internet explorer) and normal, particularly after having been pregnant. Why are you checking your cervix? I cannot think of a good reason why you should. ...Read more
If conception occurs, is it typical for your cervix to stay high and soft as in ovulation? Two days before expected period, my cervix hasn't gone down since ovulation, never dried up and constant white creamy cm. Currently ttc, just tend to get mixed answ
Polyps appeared on cervix 7wks after conception. Was it estrogen that made them grow? Were they inside and pregnancy pushed them out? Thoughts? Obgyn?
Yes & yes: You pretty much know the answers. An increase in size of course makes them more noticeable. Bleeding makes them more noticeable, otherwise, why would you look? They do tend to extrude more in pregnancy because of the above & also because the cervix softens, slightly opens, making it easier for polyps to be seen. It was probably always there, now it's bigger, badder & causing trouble, still ok. ...Read more
Unchanged: I'm quessing that you mean tilted cervix and are trying to conceive. You can still conceive in any position and do not need to use any particular position. Sperm are very good at swimming and finding their way in if they are in the neighborhood! Hope this helps and you have a beautiful little one soon. ...Read more
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