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How Should Your Cervix Feel Before Your Period
Doesn't matter: Your cervical position is subjective and unreliable. It is not clinically useful and is not something one needs to pay attention to ...Read more
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
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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 nonpregnant patient. ...Read more
Yes: It does slightly and this is normal. ...Read more
? moist: The cervix has blood during the cycle and the mucous gradually forms under estrogen influence from cycle day 3-5 to cycle day 12-14 where it is profuse, clear and sticky / stretchy (called spinnbarkeit). After ovulation under the influence of Progesterone becomes less in amount thick and cloudy (less functional) and stays this way until the next cycle. Hope that hit the mark? ...Read more
What do you mean?: Are you asking what your cervix looks like 3 days before your period? ...Read more
Maybe: Changes in hormones during the monthly cycle may cause changes in blood flow to the pelvis and also change the laxity of certain ligaments. These changes may sometimes cause the feeling or symptoms of the cervix being lower in the vagina. ...Read more
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