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Cervix (Definition)

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


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When does the cervix turn blue for pregnancy?

When does the cervix turn blue for pregnancy?

6-12 weeks.: The cervical softening and bluish tint of early pregnancy typically are appreciated between 6-12 weeks - by which time a pregnancy test should have been long positive. ...Read more

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6 days late, negative pregnant test, dr says my cervix is thick and blue in color. What does all this mean?

6 days late, negative pregnant test, dr says my cervix is thick and blue in color. What does all this mean?

Possible pregnancy: Cerical softening and discoloration can be associated with pregnancy; however the definitive tests are a blood HCG and transvaginal ultrasound. Keep a menstrual calendar. ...Read more

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Last mc was 9/10 had intercourse 9/23 got papsmear dr said cervix was blue only seen in pregnant women when the soonest I can take a pt?

Last mc was 9/10 had intercourse 9/23 got papsmear dr said cervix was blue only seen in pregnant women when the soonest I can take a pt?

Best: 10/8/14: If your periods are regular, 28 days apart, the BEST day to test is the date of your expected next period: 10/8. Some pregnancy tests are 50% accurate 4 days (10/4) before your expected period but what good is wasting your money on a 50% accurate test. ... you still don't know one way or the other for sure. If not 28 day cycles, adjust to 14 days after you think you ovulated. ...Read more

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My dr told me I had a blue cervix at my papsmear (only seen in pregnant women) took a pt I'm not pregnant should I be worried about the blue cervix?

My dr told me I had a blue cervix at my papsmear (only seen in pregnant women) took a pt I'm not pregnant should I be worried about the blue cervix?

No, if normal pap: Blue cervix usually means the mucus membrane of the cervix is congested and blood vessels can be seen beneath the cervical lining. This may be seen in pregnancy and in other situations eg in cervical ectropion where the lining is thin and the vessels may be seen or cancer which may have increase cervical vascularity. If your PAP and HPV tests are normal I would not worry. Your doctor may do colpo. ...Read more

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Good day, Today I went for a papsmear, the nurse said that my cervix is blue. A pregnancy test was taken but it was negative. What could be the cause?

Good day, Today I went for a papsmear, the nurse said that my cervix is blue. A pregnancy test was taken but it was negative. What could be the cause?

Second opinion: I believe you need to get a second opinion on the colour of your cervix. Alternatively wait for the Pap smear result. The specimen report must mention endocervical cells to be a good sample. ...Read more

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What colour should the vagina be? Is blue normal, looks like blue discharge? 30, prev hysterectomy with ovary removal, still have cervix.

What colour should the vagina be? Is blue normal, looks like blue discharge? 30, prev hysterectomy with ovary removal, still have cervix.

Vaginal lining: The vaginal mucosa (lining0 should be pink- approximately the color of the inside of your cheek. A blue color or sicharge requires a GYN exam. ...Read more

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10 days late for periods ultrasound and 4 clear blue test done not pregnant!! Usually a lot of discharge very dry cervix really bad cramps causes?

10 days late for periods ultrasound and 4 clear blue test done not pregnant!! Usually a lot of discharge very dry cervix really bad cramps causes?

Gyn evaluation: Irregular periods are one of the most common problems obgyns treat. If this is one time problem it usually resolves on its own. If this is a recurring problem you should be evaluated. Infections & hormonal changes can cause spotting and discharge. There are many options available to help regulate the menstrual cycle and help with cramps Schedule a visit. ...Read more

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I'm only 3 days away from my period. My breast are sore w/slight blue veins. I'm get slightly nauseous off and on. I checked my cervix and it's closed?

I'm only 3 days away from my period. My breast are sore w/slight blue veins. I'm get slightly nauseous off and on. I checked my cervix and it's closed?

Breast pain: Breast tenderness and nausea can be normal signs of nearing your period. There is no reason to check your cervix as it would be closed unless you were pregnant and going into labor. I would recommend not doing this as it can cause infections. These symptoms also could be related to early pregnancy and you should take pregnancy test if you don't get your period ...Read more

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What is the cervix?

Opening to womb: It is the lower, narrow portion of the uterus (womb) where it joins with the top end of the vagina. It is the area where cells are obtained during a pap smear to aide in screening for cervical cancer. ...Read more

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What's bulky cervix?

What's bulky cervix?

Normal variant: 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

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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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Cervix pain inside and out?

Cervix pain: Hard to know how you are sure it's cervix pain. If it is tender to touch then an std is possible. See your gynecologist. ...Read more

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How do you feel your cervix?

Self Cervical Exam: Many women find it difficult to fell their own cervix. You simply need to gently place you finger in the vagina until you feel a firm circular area at the back of the vagina. That is the cervix. ...Read more

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What causes a tilted cervix?

What causes a tilted cervix?

Retroverted uterus: Retroverted uterus can be caused by normal variation of female anatomy, pelvic adhesion, endometriosis, fibroid uterus, bulky uterus etc. ...Read more

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Can they fix a curved cervix?

Not needed: The cervix is part of the uterus. Most women have some natural and normal curvature to the uterus, of varying degrees - and there is no indication for, or need for, any treatment for that curvature. ...Read more

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How to find position of cervix?

How to find position of cervix?

Why?: Ate you doing this for ovulation? Cervical position and consistency is an unreliable method of predicting ovulation. It is also unnecessary in today's world where ovulation kits are available over the counter for those in need of ovulation prediction to assist with conception. ...Read more

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What does a curved cervix mean?

Normal: A curved cervix probably indicates your cervix has a bend in it, either pointing to the front or the back. All of that is normal, and should not be causing any health problems. ...Read more

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What causes a shortened cervix?

Short cervix: The most common cause is pregnancy. It does not cause a problem otherwise. If your cervix is too thin too soon in pregnancy, you are at risk for preterm labor and will need evaluation and treatment. We usually do not know that a cervix will become too thin until it happens during pregnancy or if it happened during a previous pregnancy. ...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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Is cervix always closed or open?

Is cervix always closed or open?

Open: The cervix is always open althnough the opening is quite narrow outside of pregnancy. It contains a mucus plug which helps prevent infection and other things from passing through but is receptive to living spermatozoa. ...Read more

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Can your cervix fall out of you?

Family practice: It can protrude outside the vagina. It shouldn't completely fall out being part of your uterus. This normally wouldn't happen to a woman in your age group however. It is usually seen in someone that has had multiple pregnancies. The muscles get weak /relaxed so the uterus falls. Surgery is sometimes needed to tuck it back up. Make sure your dr is aware of it. ...Read more

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Is too much sex bad for the cervix?

Is too much sex bad for the cervix?

No: Unless you get an std or your cervix has a problem or is getting hit during the sex, or you are doing something out of the ordinary, you should be getting regular paps and stds if you are sexually active. ...Read more

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What does a normal cervix feel like?

The end of your nose: During vaginal examination the cervix will feel firm and somewhat pliable like the end of your nose. ...Read more

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Is the cervix always open or closed?

Open: The cervix is always open althnough the opening is quite narrow outside of pregnancy. It contains a mucus plug which helps prevent infection and other things from passing through but is receptive to living spermatozoa. ...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

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What are the exercise to open cervix?

What are the exercise to open cervix?

Pelvic floor: The cervix is the opening of the uterus and is controlled by the autonomic nervous system. Exercise will not open the uterus. Pelvic floor exercise will strengthen below the cervix. ...Read more

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What exactly is an unfavorable cervix?

Low Bishop Score: As you get close to full term pregnancy, the cervix is assessed for 5 factors: dilation, effacement, firmness, position, and fetal station. Each factor gets scored, and the 5 are added together. 10 or better is considered favorable, and a patient has a very high chance of responding to oxytocin as an induction agent. Conservatively speaking, therefore, <10 is unfavorable. ...Read more