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How Should Your Cervix Feel Before Your Period
Soft: During the earlier part of pregnancy the cervix feels like the tip of your nose but softer and more compressible. In labor, the cervix becomes less long - eventually becoming almost flush with the vaginal wall. . Additionally the cervix opens to facilitate the passage of the fetus from the uterus to the vaginal canal. Don't check your own cervix during pregnancy. ...Read more
5 + weeks: Ovulation after delivery can occur as early as 3 weeks after delivery. In a regular cycle menses commence 2 weeks after ovulation. That would make a normal period to appear after delivery after 5 weeks. It may take 6 - 8 weeks for a woman to resume menses after a delivery. Breast feeding would interfere with ovulation and may result in anything between no menses at all or irregular spotting. ...Read more
Well...: It is possible.... No reason to panic your breasts really should not hurt. Maybe time to see a Dr. ...Read more
Is it normal when your pregnant to have your obgyn wait til your 13 weeks for your first appointment?
First OB appointment: Many doctors like to see you around 7 to 8 weeks because it is a good time to do an ultrasound to make sure it is a pregnancy inside the uterus with a heart beat and firmly establish your due date. Some of us, like myself, like to see you sooner to go over your medical history, family medical history, and talk about things you should and should not do. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
When is the best time to visit your gynecologist, when you finished your period or just before you start your next period?
When finished. : If before and guage it wrong you may be bleeding. Some blood no big deal, much blood can be a little messy and you will be more uncomfortable. It really makes o difference though. ...Read more
Variable: Some females w pms may have cramps 1 to 2 weeks prior to period. Many women don't have any premenstrual cramping. ...Read more
No: most people get pregnant at about two weeks before their period is due, so no you cannot ...Read more
No: Unless you have infection in it or surrounding tissue. ...Read more
No: Midcycle or ovulatory pain (doctors sometimes use the word mittelschmerz) is variable both from woman to woman and from month to month in the same individual. It always comes from the ovary (right or left) and is therefore one sided. (the uterus is a midline structure). It typically is brief (one day or less), responds to any pain medication (acetaminophen, tylenol etc.) and has no lasting impact. ...Read more
Varies: In most cases, 3-5 days, but it varies for every woman. The other cause is fibrocystic changes. You can look up my other posts on this subject for detailed explanation. ...Read more
No: If your period is really due the next day, it's too late to get pregnant for that cycle. ...Read more
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