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When Is The Cervix Closed
I tested + for pregnancy. Said I was4weeks. I bled heavydarkred. Very few clots no bigger than a dime. Bleeding only came when I peed. Cervix closed.
Serial HCG levels: The best follow-up for your symptoms is serial blood HCG levels and ultrasound. Its possible you had a miscarriage and several blood HCG levels will clarify this. If the HCG level continues to rise normally, you are still pregnant. If it is dropping fast, you probably had a miscarriage. There are some grey areas, so its best to have an Ob/Gyn follow you. Best wishes! ...Read more
5 weeks 5 days pregnant. Spotting brown discharge 4 a week, twice a day when I wipe. Cervix closed, gest. Sac seen with su, ovarian cyst. Thoughts?
5 weeks 5 days pregnant. Spotting brown discharge 4 a week, twice a day when I wipe. Cervix is closed, gestational sac present, ovarian cyst. Thoughts?
Not an infrequent:
bleeding during the first trimester is not uncommon. See this site for more information on this topic and consult your doctor. Http://www. Webmd. Com/baby/guide/bleeding-during-pregnancy. ...Read more
Not dialateded: It means your cervix has not started to dilate yet ...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
If you mean: Once the baby is delivered; it takes about six weeks following delivery for the reproductive organs and physiology to return to the baseline. ...Read more
Menstrual irregularities are not uncommon and anovulatory cycle is a common cause. If you miss more than two periods it would be time to see your doctor. If you do not wish to be pregnant, use contraception all the time. You may consider implanted contraceptive or an IUD.
Consult this site for more information on this topic.
http://www. Nichd. Nih. Gov/health/topics/menstruation/conditioninfo/Pages/causes. Aspx
Practice safe sex, if you have sex.
Get HPV vaccine, if you are under 27 years of age. ...Read more
Is a open cervix normal and ok I check it sometimes and sometimes it feels closed sometimes open alittle I had a child 2 years ago is that ok?
Probably normal: This is probably normal and has more to do with your experience checking cervices rather than any anatomic abnormality. At your next gyn visit you can have them comment on this directly. ...Read more
Days Past Ovulation: Having a cervix that is high, soft, and closed is normal for someone who is 10 days past ovulation. We only want cervixes to be low, effaced, and dilated during labor. If you are trying to get pregnant, make sure that the Folic Acid you are taking is l-methylfolate. Most people cannot use regular Folic Acid anymore, and that is what helps prevent neural tube defects. Look up neevodha prenatals. ...Read more
Means nothing: Your cervical position and consistency mean nothing and are not relevant. Neither are things anyone needs to check or worry about. This topic comes up a lot online for some unknown reason. ...Read more
Water bag break:
Sometimes it's a vaginal infection that caused your water bag to break, especially since you are not yet in labor. Because your baby is premature, you would be given antibiotics on the labor floor to protect the baby from infection.
If you and the baby are well (no fever, unusual pain or other complications), your doctor will decide the best time to deliver the baby. ...Read more
Cervical checking: Is totally not helpful. I know its all over the internet now, but its still complete nonsense. All you'll do is worry yourself and possibly cause bleeding. I recommend against it. ...Read more
Cervical position: Cervical position is almost completely unreliable. Unless you are actively in labor there is no reason to check your own cervix as it will not help you it give you any reliable information. Simply put you do not need to check your own cervix. It is not harmful to do so but not helpful ...Read more
Why is my cervix high soft and closed 4-5 days b4 af thought its suppose to drop but mine neva did y?
This is normal: The timing of cervical change in every pregnancy is different. Then normal gestation is 40 weeks but 37-42 weeks is the normal range. Your cervix will change on its own schedule. If it doesn't change by 41 weeks your doctor may discuss cervical ripening before inducing you. ...Read more
How to differentiate closed cervix and open cervix by self examination at home how it will feel like?
Do not do it yoursel: It is not an easy skill and difficult to do it on yourself. Furthermore, You will need an obstetrician's guidance so as not to miss out on prenatal care. ...Read more
My cervix are practically unreachable soft and closed... They are always low and firm what could this be?
Cervix: This is the end of the uterus extending into the vagina and is at the top of the vaginal barrel. You can feel it with your fingers in some positions, but whether or not you are actually touching your cervix is unclear from what you wrote. If you are concerned about this, or think you may be pregnant, test yourself, or go and see an ob/gyn doctor. ...Read more
There's a tiny slit on my cervix but it feels closed unsure whether being able to feel the slit means its open or closed?
Cervical os changes: After childbirth. In women who have never had a child, the opening (os) of the cervix is round and usually very tightly closed. When a baby passes through the os and delivered vaginally, the cervical os is permanently changed, and in the shape of slit (bottom picture). If you are pregnant and have never delivered a baby vaginally, you should be checked by your doctor; otherwise, don't worry. ...Read more
What does a low, slightly firm, and closed cervix mean in mid cycle? I'm 21 days past my 45 60 day cycle. Is that normal?
Probably: Why do you have it checked? Is there is a problem or just a routine female exam. The findings you describe are not impressive and if you have no symptoms, I would not do a thing! ...Read more
I'm 28 days late, I took a test last night and it was negative. I checked my cervix tonight and it was high, soft, and closed. What's going on?
Cervical checking: Is not helpful. I know its all over the internet now, but its complete and total nonsense. Politely I really recommend against it: it's difficult, sometimes impossible, to do reliably on yourself, and it doesn't tell you anything terribly useful. What are you trying to learn? I sincerely hope this helps, and good wishes to you. ...Read more