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What Does Bulky Cervix Mean
May need ultrasound: Why was the ct scan done? Are you having pain? Were there any abnormalities on your uterus? (fibroids maybe?) have you had any surgeries like c section? A thick cervix probably doesn't mean a lot on its own. But you may need an ultrasound depending what the ct showed. ...Read more
6 days late, negative pregnant test, dr says my cervix is thick and blue in color. What does all this mean?
My cervix mucus is thick white and creamy im ment to ovulate tomorrow does this mucus mean im at my highest day of fertility?
What does it mean when your cervix is thick this was found in a vaginal ultrasound and now i had a pap done?
Thick Cervix-not bad:
It's hard to say exactly what the Radiologist was trying to say about calling the cervix "thick". Usually we refer to the cervix in a similar fashion in labor for someone who will not likely deliver soon.
If your pelvic exam and pap are normal, I wouldn't think a "thick" cervix would be a sign of something bad. ...Read more
I had pain last night. Doctor asked me to do Ultrasound. The report says "Bulky Cervix Noted". What is that mean. Do I have to worry.
Ultrasound: I am a proponent of following up with the doctor who ordered your study to get an interpretation. My reasoning is one, they know why it was ordered, they know your clinical story and two they both have access to the radiologist who read it to discuss it and that little thing at the bottom of the report which says clinical impression. ...Read more
My doctor said that my cervix is thick and is 1cm open..I am due to deliver this month..Does it mean that i will deliver my baby within 24 hours?
Dr did catscan of pelvis for enlarged lymph nodes night sweats. Ct found thick cervix. What does this mean? Thanks
35 weeks pregnant,belly has dropprd, baby is down in my pelvis,getting mild pressure on cervix,had really thick mucus,loose stools what can this mean?
Depending on the number of children born via vaginal delivery a woman has, sometimes her cervix can be
"bulky". Typically if a woman has never had a vaginal delivery, her cervix will be small, as it's never stretched out. Bulky is a normal variant and doesn't mean that there's anything wrong with the cervix, per se. ...Read more
Labor indicator: You didn't mention if you're pregnant or not. A high soft open cervix is how a cervix is felt prior to labor. The changes give clues to whether or not you will be able to have a baby vaginally. The cervix starts in the back of the vagina, is hard and closed. For labor to start, it moves forward, gets softer and opens. The more the changes, the better the chances for labor & vaginal birth. ...Read more
Delivery?: It's coming for there to be a tear on the cervix after delivery, but are you speaking about a tear on the cervix when you haven't a just delivered a child? That could be due to trauma secondary to intercourse. Or it could mean the cervix is friable due to infection. An examine your doctor seems warranted. ...Read more
Probably nothing: The uterus is composed of muscle and collagen, both are somewhat flexible. The uterus is attached inside you, but is still a bit mobile, while the cervix is somewhat fixed in place by it's attachment to the vagina. When the uterus leans forward or back (or side), then the cervix will be curved a bit. Essentially, whatever the position of the uterus and cervix inside you, it is normal for you. ...Read more
Cervix position: Not much unless there is spying displacing it. ...Read more
Normal: Some women has it ; it is normal. ...Read more
Not much: Cervical position and consistency is subjective, variable and not particularly relevant. It varies by age, number of pregnancies and timing in the menstrual cycle. It’s not something you need to be paying attention to unless you are in labor. If you are experiencing vaginal discharge then schedule a visit for testing. ...Read more
More information: Really need more information. If the cervix is thin may have problems carrying baby to term. But need for you to tell me more ...Read more
Not significant: This is merely an anatomical description based upon a pelvic examination and has no bearing upon function or reproductive capabilities. ...Read more
Low cervix: If the cervix is unusually low in the vaginal canal, it means prolapse or dropping of the uterus. Occasionally, this can be caused by a mass or tumor pushing it down. More often it is due to loosening or detachment of the supportive ligaments and pelvic floor tissues. ...Read more
It depends: If you are pregnant, cervical softening occurs as you progress through pregnancy, especially as you near delivery. If it occurs too early, your OB will watch you closely. If not pregnant, it's difficult to determine if there's any clinical significance without more information. ...Read more
How short?: Short cervix only matters when it comes to pregnancy. If cervix is < than 2.5 cm long, there is increased risk of prematurity. Your OB can check for funneling of membranes into cervix early on, and after 24wks, do a test called fetal fibronectin. If this is positive and you have short cervix, your risk of prematurity is much higher, and your doctor may want to implement steps to reduce risk. ...Read more
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