It is possible that you are pregnant, but it sounds to me like you are about to start your period. If you think you are pregnant, you should take a home test or go see a doctor.
Yes, you very well can be but you won't really know until you take a test. I suggest you wait a week to take the …
During ovulation the cervix is soft, high,open and wet. Around the
time of menstruation the cervix is low and hard. I've heard OB/GYNs
making this analogy when referring to a pregnant vs. non-pregnant
cervix: A non-pregnant cervix feels like a hard, unripe piece of
fruit, while a pregnant cervix is …
Cervical mucus could be early pregnancy discharge. But it could
Normal vaginal discharge.
Yeast infection discharge.
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I remember seeing that thick stuff that looked like snot on my
tissue and thinking, "What is t…
Your cervix can change daily when pregnant or not. It can even
change height and position if you are constipated or just relieved
yourself. If concerned while pregnant speak with your doc, other
than that you can learn your cervical pattern but charting and
checking daily at the same time and same p…
During pregnancy the cervix will rise and be softer and wetter, but when it happens is different for every woman. Of course when you ovulate this happens and sometimes comes right back down and gets harder right after ovulation, sometimes not until right before period. Take a test now, if still late…
Some women's cervixes are low down and there is no medical cause for this. It can be a genetic cause. It's completely normal, as women's uteruses can be tipped in different positions. But your doctor will be able to examine you and tell you if he thinks further investigations need to be arranged.
yes you could be or have a yeast infection that's gone deep into your vaginal area or be appraoching ovulation or your period. this can sometimes cause your cervix to be high.
Your cervix should be closed and I don't recommend poking around to find out.
It is said that a never pregnant cervix feels like the tip of your nose, and after being pregnant it feels like pursed lips.
It will feel the same pregnant as non-pregnant so if it is your first baby it w…
Response 1: You should not be attempting to feel
your cervix at any time during pregnancy. Please leave this to your
physician to do--if you were to use too much pressure or attempt to
insert anything into your vagina, you might end up doing damage to
your unborn baby. Until the very end stages of p…
If you can feel something as hard as bone inside your ear, located
above your TMJ, it could be a bone spur or other growth. It should
be checked by a doctor to make sure it is not likely to become a
My mucus (or mucous) plug I expected to be a sort of clump but it wasn't. it was brownish blood and only a very small amount. I lost it while in hospital and the midwife informed me that this was my mucous plug (the show).I looks like someone blew their nose in your underwear after a bloody noseAnsw…
In non-pregnant women, the cervix is soft around the time of
ovulation. In pregnant women, the cervix becomes soft in
preparation for labor.
Well, it does vary from woman to woman, and from day to day.
I've read that changes in the cervix do not even occur until about
2 weeks after implantation. However, many women have noted changes
almost immediately. I've also read that the cervical position is
not so imortant in telling if you are pr…
Its either smooth and stretchy/clear or thick and creamy. Neither should smell, itch or hurt.
A cervix does not necessarily feel different during early pregnancy. A firm feeling cervix that has drop lower to the usual position may be an indicator for a pregnancy, but this may also be the case during common menstrual cycles and might not be related to a pregnancy at all.
No one is absolutely certain. Refer to the one you came from for reassurance
Depending on your cycle, the cervix location and firmness may vary. The easiest way to feel the cervix is to get into a squat and insert your middle finger into your vagina. At the top back of the canal is the cervix. You can recognize it by its smooth dome like quality. In the center of the dome (d…
It's caused by increased blood flow and it's completely normal. It's also referred to as Chadwick's sign I believe.
I'd love to tell you that you'd never have to see each other and that you can just speak through your lawyers,but theres a child involved so your going to have to see each other especially if you have to be around for his visits with the child,But my only advice it todo whats best for your…
Increase estrogen levels.
Hyperplasia d/t Estrogen cause glandular tissue stimulation.
Endocervical gland formation of mucous plug- closes cervix
(Operculum/Mucous plug prevents organisms from entering uterus acts
as a barrier-bloody show. (Expelled when dilation begins)
Increased vascularity cau…
First and toward the end
Pregnant women do feel sick during early stages. That is called morning sickness. But it is a misnomer as its not confined to the mornings alone. You may throw up any time you feel like it. And many a times, it may continue to be so even at later stages.
There is nothing to be worried about this. E…
Sometimes people just want to start a family. Also it keeps up the population and it keeps the family name. Usually people don't just have a baby to have a baby. If they do that then a baby is a lot of work and they have a big responsibility.
for most women high and soft but some women already have a low lying cervix prior to falling pregnant. So High or Low & Soft.
NATURALLY, raspberry LEAF tea, available at a health food place and/or the bulk barn. if they don't have it ask them to order it for you. OR order on-line. Google it. it'll tell you more. completely safe and naturally meant for that purpose. ALSO, get one of those big excersize balls and bounce on i…
I noticed mine to be low, I didn't no anything about cervix's back then and wondered what the hell it was!!
It shouldn't, in pregnancy a cervix should be closed if your cerix was open more that 2.5 mm they would consider you for a 'stitch' to ensure that the cervix is closed and the baby isn't born early. My advice is go to the doctor and tell them your concern there are tests they can do and sooner rathe…
it depends normally calcium is soft
The fetus gets food and oxygen through the umbilical cord.
If your in labor walking helps Dilate faster
Well...it can be either a heavy period or a miscarriage. If it does happen to be a miscarriage, you may experience very painful cramps as well.
On average girls start thei periods at about 12 years of age, They can begin menstruating as early as 8 years of age or as late as 16 years of age.
Most people think they don't have periods because they are older than 14, but that's not true, people even start at the age of 16.
In zygote state, it receives via placenta. When in embryonic to till the end of gestation , supply is from umbelical cord.
Light spotting can be normal during pregnancy it is not classed as a period, but vaginal bleeding, it depends on colour and quantity also, bright red blood constantly could indicate a problem of possible miscarriage or ectopic. Brown blood is old blood (possible remains from your last menstrual peri…
It' different for every woman and every pregnancy. My 1st pregnancy my belly was a small basket ball at 14 weeks. My 2nd pregnancy I didn't even show until the end of my 5th month.
First of all, no-one would be able to tell if they were only 3 weeks pregnant (this means a week after ovulation!) if your going off your ovulation, then yes it can feel spongy & swollen - the reason for the swelling is, increased blood flow, therefore your cervix would be blue also, which is ve…
This generally happens when you are pregnant. The cervix starts to soften often weeks before the birthing process occurs.
Sex is okay when you're pregnant, but she should still see a doctor about her spotting.
ask your doctor or midwife about it
just had smear they found a pollock
it all depends if you have had children before and how far along you are. i am currently 13 weeks pregnant and can fit one finger in my cervix which means i amm 1 cm dialated. i am on my fifth pregnancy and it is normal for my cervix to be like this as it never returns to its same shape after childb…
Anteversion and Retroversion are http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Complementary http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Anatomical_terms_of_location, describing the degree to which an anatomical structure is rotated forwards (towards the front of the body) or backwards (towards the back of the body) respectively, …
Because if it was any higher it would interfere with the digestive system. Thank God himself for proper biological engineering
that's a sign that you have AIDS and syphallis
I don't think it's possible to check your own cervix! And probably not safe to try that's why they have doctors.
The cervix is normal up until around the time of labor.
The only way you can find out if you are pregnant is to take a pregnancy test on or after the day your period should have started. There is no way you can test earlier then that at home, though the doctor's office may test a few days earlier, though a negative test result (meaning you are not pregna…
4-6 Liters of blood for the average person. Nearly double that in late pregnancy. Still depends on size and how far along, but that is a ball park.
Um... "no cervix at all"? If there really is literally no cervix, pregnancy could occur but will probably result in miscarriage, since the cervix is the main support that holds the fetus in the womb until it comes to term.Short cervix is one of the main predictors of preterm birth for the same reaso…
Creamy with. A mixer of blood
Well, Sometimes people get so emotional through all stress an sometimes over nothing because its a sudden feeling. That's why most cry for no reason, sometmes their can be a reason but the person just doesn't know it.
I am 5 months and mine is really soft and mushy and REALLY high. So I guess the answer is probably yes.
A tilted cervix is usually nothing to be worried about but it means
that yours does not sit straight up, it tilts towards your back.
Even with a tilted cervix, you should not have trouble getting
A grazed cervix is when there is cut or graze on the cervix that
may bleed. This is caused by childbirth, sexual intercourse and
occasional check ups.
The cervix connects the uterus to the vagina. The cervix is
approximately two to three centimeters long, and is made up of
strong muscles, and is shaped like a small donut.
Not necessarily. You can start dialating early in pregnancy and still carry a baby to term. It can take weeks or even months to fully dialate once you have started.
there are no foods that you can eat to bring on your period, you must take a test or see a doctor, I hope you understand enough English to read and understand this message.
you could be pregant, go get tested...
No, it is not necessarily bad. As long as it is long and thick, that's very good. Your cervix will change daily during pregnancy and can take months to thin down enough to start dialating.
Yes,you can if you are capable.It is considered as sunnath.
It varies tremendously- some women don't start 'showing' at all at 14 weeks, others may already have begun to develop a prominent stomach. It all depends upon the woman's pelvic width- in women who have wide pelvises, the foetus has room to drop down into the pelvic cavity, so it's not so noticeable…
measurements of pregnancy in 5 weeks
The short answer to your question is No, they live LONGER.I'm assuming you mean "if you don't have enough vaginal lubrication - how long will the sperm live?"That depends on a lot of things. If you used a commercial lube like KY, it wont matter how wet you were because the KY will hamper the sperm a…
If you taste it?
Not likely. Some women bleed during the early stages of pregnancy without harm to the fetus, but usually bleeding is an indication that you aren't pregnant, or that if you were pregnant you may be having a miscarriage.In addition, there are many reasons why a girl or woman might have irregular bleed…
The cervix moves forward at the very begining stage of labor when your cervix just begins to thin out. It moves forward to align the baby's head with the "exit" so to speak. They call this stage of labor Prodromal labor, some women get some braxton hicks contractions during this phase. The cervix is…
It really depends on the woman. Everyone is different and what works for one woman may not work for another. Good luck!
not big at all.. you might not even show yet most woman don't start to show til around 12 to 16wks
your baby will fall out
I'm actually trying to find out the same thing. I'm going through a tremendous amount right now and would love some positive results
it prevents the penis from entering deep further through as it's opening is relatively more narrow than the penis and the sperms are ejaculated and pas through it, at the due of pregnancy a hormone is secreated to stimulate the cervix to widen by contractions and then the baby is delivered through i…
Unfortunately, after most treatment for cervical cancer, you cannot get pregnant. This occurs if you have your womb removed (hysterectomy), or if you have radiotherapy that stops your ovaries working. If you have very early cancer, you may be able to have a cone biopsy or LLETZ. This would mean you …
i have cervicitis
No it's not a problem it's just saying that your baby will be ready to come out soon.
This is abnormal, and an Ob-Gyn doctor should be seen immediately. Your water should break only just before delivery.
Yes, it is likely that it will happen again, but not always. sometimes when it is short it has just never been stretched out, so after the first pregnancy, it might be ok, and some people just have a short cervix, so its really an individual case. I would tell your ob about it and they will check of…
*80% effaced and -2cm station.
just relax and let your body do the job it was designed to. the more you tense the longer it will takealso sex! sperm is known to soften the cervix, which may in turn help open it more :) worked for me, had sex, walked up & down stairs lots of times and BOOM contractions! but your body has to be…
I am 4 days late with bfn.. My cervix is quite high and a little hard and iv heard that this is a probable pregnancy sign.. I have taken so many tests and still no bfp so I'm totally confused.. My breasts have been very sore and iv had a very faint headache but it's constant.. Any answers?
If you have had one or more babies previously, the cervix may not completely close after birth and so is slightly open during the next pregnancy. This does not mean that the woman is in labor. Labor is diagnosed when there are contractions that increase in length, strength and duration accompanied w…
When a woman is approaching labor, the cervix begins to thin and shorten. (think of a polo neck jumper becoming a crew neck jumper). Before labor, the cervix is around 2 to 3 cm in length. The shortening and thinning is known as effacement. Dilation (opening) of the cervix may occur at the same time…
yes why not!! it is rich in vitamin C.
At six weeks your uterus is still tucked behind your pubic bone, it isn't large enough to be felt until after 12 weeks. Right now your uterus is about 3" long and 2" wide, this is more than big enough to hold your little micro baby who measures (CRM) just 2mm to 5 mm from crown (head) to rump (butt)…
Yes you can. It only takes 1 month to be able to deliver again.
I had my membranes swept on 9th october.... 11am, My daughter was born 10.10.10 at 13.58 after contractions starting ar 5.15am..... So i would say yes it does work!!!!!
As long as it is caught early, a favorable outcome is highly probable. There are certain categories of atypical pap results, ranked in order from least concerning to most:Reactive (Simple fungal or bacterial infection)ASC-US (Could be a low grade, or could be reactive) Low Grade (A low risk HPV inf…
Your cervix does not grow during pregnancy but the uterus does.
constipation could be the culprit but if thats not the case a pregnancy test is the best and sure way to know if you're with child.
The most important recent development related to prevention of cervical dysplasia is the positive outcome of clinical trials of a vaccine against HPV.
Not usually. Your fertile phase is usually about 2 weeks after your period. You'll know you're fertile when you have "egg white" like cervical fluid that can be stretched 2 inches between your fingers. If you taking you BBT basal body temp every morning when you wake up you are fertile when your tem…
The most common method for diagnosing cervical dysplasia is the Pap smear
The placental hormone that softens the cervix is relaxin
Fluid is sent to the laboratory for testing, where cancer and blood cells can be detected, infections identified, and chemical analysis can direct further investigations.
apparently. mine keeps doing it. 33.4 weeks with baby #3
It softens and opens allowing the blood to expel.