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My cervix is fully open but im not pregnant what's up?

My cervix is fully open but im not pregnant what's up?

Open cervix: You need to see doctor and get an exam. Open cervix is a medical term we use in medicine during pregnancy, giving birth, miscarriages. Not sure how you are able to evaluate your cervix by yourself. Need more history. Vaginal deliveries can leave the cervix a bit larger giving the impression is open. Again, see doctor and get examined. ...Read more

Cervix Dilated (Definition)

Cervix fully dilated is the normal condition during labor in which a woman's cervix has become fully dilated. The cervix begins as a closed (not dilated) cervix. Then, as the contractions squeeze the baby against the cervix, the cervix begins to dilate (dilated a bit). Later, after more contractions, the cervix becomes moderately dilated (the opening of the cervix is moderate big). Finally, the cervix is fully dilated, and the baby can start going through the ...Read more


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I am 22 weeks pregnant with my cervix dilated. Dr wants surgery I am scared for baby. How safe is it?

I am 22 weeks pregnant with my cervix dilated. Dr wants surgery I am scared for baby. How safe is it?

Depends: It all depends of the findings. If your doctor recommended the procedure, cerclage i presume, it s because he thinks the advantages outweights the risks. Discuss with him or her your fears and make a proper decision. ...Read more

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30wks+4dayspregnant on strict hospital br unmeasurable cervix dilated 1cm fully effaced with funneling may be sent home @32 weeks bad idea to send home?

30wks+4dayspregnant on strict hospital br unmeasurable cervix dilated 1cm fully effaced with funneling may be sent home @32 weeks bad idea to send home?

Not necessarily: New data has shown us that women in your situation do not need to be hospitalized long term. In fact, hospitalization can cause other problems (like blood clots or hospital acquired infections). If you're doctor sends you home, it's likely that he/she knows you'll do okay. If your water breaks or you start to have contractions, of course you'll head straight back. Good luck! ...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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How easy can u get pregnant if your cervix is open?

Normal: The normal cervix is always "open". If the cervix is not open then conception cannot happen. The menstrual flow would be retained in the uterus , which would soon become a big problem. ...Read more

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Is the cervix open when you're pregnant for 5-6 weeks?

Is the cervix open when you're pregnant for 5-6 weeks?

Cervix: The cervix is closed by a biochemical process, not an anatomic process. A probe can be passed though the cervix when you are pregnant. The cervix is never really closed during pregnancy and substances in the vagina have been shown to also be in the uterus. ...Read more

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38weeks 1 day now pregnant with 4th child would cervix be open now?

38weeks 1 day now pregnant with 4th child would cervix be open now?

Not necessarily: Check with your OB at your next visit. Best Wishes for a safe labor and a healthy baby!! ...Read more

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At 38weeks 6 days pregnant would cervix be open now if it was closed at 37weeks pregnant ?

Could be: One can not predict when the cervix will open in any individual pregnancy. Your doctor will need to check your cervix during the physical exam to determine the current status. ...Read more

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Pregnancy (Definition)

When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more


Cervix (Definition)

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