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Hi i have recently had the implant out, i we had unprotected sex 4 days after. I have 2 wombs & 2 cervix's. will it be harder for me to conceive?
My womb is backwards & my cervix is very hard to find does this affect my chances of becoming pregnant ?
Rarely: Your cervix may be hard to find for your doc doing your exam, but sperm are great swimmers and know what to do! the anatomical location of your uterus is also not a deterrent to becoming pregnant unless the internal structure is affected. I'd go ahead with your pregnancy project and only have your doc check it out if you're having trouble getting pregnant or are really concerned. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why would i bleed one year after a subtotal hystetectomy.My cervix and ovaries were left but my womb wad taken?
When i found out an unflavourable cell happen inside the cervic . Can i cut off my whole cervic/ womb , and will those cell still spread ?
Each has different : So there is the biological function., ovaries realese the egg when time, it then finds it's way though the fallopian tube into the uterus. Sperm finds it's way from vagina through the cervix into the uterus. If the stars align, egg and sperm meet and make miracle of life that then grows in the uterus until delivery. Other is sexual and to enjoy your partner intimately and grow a deeper bond. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi, what causes on and off but frequent tingly feelings in the uterus/cervix area? Never had this before
Not exactly sure: however it may be wise to get a physical exam to see if there is a specific cause such as infection. A detailed history would also be helpful in trying to figure this out. Best of luck! ...Read more
24wks pg. At last sono I noticed that from my the baby in uterus to my short, .4cm cervix was a large v-shaped void of nothing. Is this "funneling"?
Hard to say: An experienced perinatologist would always want to see images or to at least know the sonographer or sonologist who did the ultrasound study. Therefore, we cannot provide an answer for you here. However, if you are already considered high risk due to short cervix and/or history of preterm labor or birth, you are probably in the care of OB or mfm (maternal-fetal medicine) and could contact them. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers