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Cervix (Definition)

The uterine cervix is the opening of the ...Read more


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Cd 9, checked cervix for position and began bleeding, bright red, it's been 4hrs, and still bleeding. Is this normal, position is low. ?

Cd 9, checked cervix for position and began bleeding, bright red, it's been 4hrs, and still bleeding.    Is this normal, position is low. ?

Cervical bleeding: If you checked the position of your cervix, you may be bleeding from some irritation from the cervix. It will stop after some time but if there was a cut on the cervix, may continue bleeding for a longer period of time. I would see your doctor if it continues. ...Read more

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Is checking the position of your cervix an accurate way to determine pregnancy?

Is checking the position of your cervix an accurate way to determine pregnancy?

Absolutely not: There is no data to show that the position of the cervix has anything to do with whether or not you could be pregnant. The best way to determine if you are pregnant, is a home pregnancy test. They are fast and accurate and will provide you the answers you are seeking. ...Read more

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Can I still become pregnant with an open cervix? Im 20 & had a child 2 years ago.sometimes it feel open it depends on the position im checking it

Can I still become pregnant with an open cervix? Im 20 & had a child 2 years ago.sometimes it feel open it depends on the position im checking it

It may be: In may be possible to get pregnant, but you need to get an official Gynecological exam to determine the exact condition of your cervix, as checking your cervix yourself is not recommended. Best wishes. ...Read more

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Checking the position of my cervix, and it is up, I am on loestrin 24, I thought it made you not ovulate? Your cervix moves up when you ovulate right?

Checking the position of my cervix, and it is up, I am on loestrin 24, I thought it made you not ovulate? Your cervix moves up when you ovulate right?

Non-specific: Checking cervical position is not at all reliable as a measure of ovulation, please don't be troubled by this. In fact of all the natural ways of trying to detect ovulation, this is the least useful. ...Read more

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Is it normal for the cervix to feel open a few years after childbirth? In checking cervical position, I noticed that I often feel "fingertip dilated"

Is it normal for the cervix to feel open a few years after childbirth? In checking cervical position, I noticed that I often feel "fingertip dilated"

Dilated cervix???: The cervix is extremely flexible - so you may remain what feels like dilated for some time - Unless you are having problems or trying to get pregnant I would not worry about it. ...Read more

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How do u check ur cervix ?

How do u check ur cervix ?

Exam: The cervix is evaluated by your physician. There is two parts to the exam: 1. Bi manual and two speculum. The speculum is a beak shaped instrument placed in your vagina and allows the physician to see the cervix. The exam consists of the physician placing an exam finger on your cervix and then feeling the top of your uterus and ovaries through your abdomen. ...Read more

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How to find position of cervix?

Why: The position of a cervix varies from woman to woman. The are posterior, mid and anterior positions. Training and experience will let a person to determine the position of the cervix and what that means. ...Read more

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Sex position for title cervix ?

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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Why does the cervix change position?

Part of uterus: The cervix is part of the uterus and if the angle of the uterus changes, it can change the position of cervix. ...Read more