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It is possible that your cervix will never dilate and therefore you need to have a c-section.
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Answer It could mean many things, most likely it will go away on its own but you will need to have a pap every six months to keep an eye on it. If its at a higher level… then they may have to freeze those cells off. It could be the hpv virus or it could be signs of cervical cancer. Please keep up with your doctor and have it checked regularly. Answer They will check again using a dye to determine the severity. If severe they will do a biopsy.
The size of the cervix varies on every woman. Typically the cervix protrudes into the vaginal vault no more than 3cm wide by 2.5cm long and will have the appearance of a bump… with a small crease or hole in the middle. Women who have given birth will have a dramatically larger cervix.
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No but when a woman gives birth then yes
Any word ending in ~itis indicates an inflammation, possibly due to injury or infection. Cervicitis is an inflammation of the cervix.
expands up to 10cm during labor
Basically the cervix is a passage way connecting the vagina and the uterus of the females. It is the junction in which the uterus and all inside it is protected from the i…nfections and bacteria that maybe present in the vaginal opening. This is also an important organ during birth and during menstrual period.
No it doesn't hurt in fact you can't tell if it is dilated.
It is safer that you do not go swimming until your infection has gone for good, as you may catch something from the water if it is not clean.
Don't give up hope, You can still fall pregnant with cysts on the cervix. however in some cases you may find it difficult to conceive even if only the smallest thing is wrong.… For example: My wife had endometriosis and we tried to fall for many years with no luck before a specialist recommended surgery & we are now expecting a little girl. It's recommended to see a specialist so that they can pin point the problem & discuss your options
No it wont dilate the cervix because it is not true labor.
yes, because the cervix cells are sensitive to the rays
This is known as a diaphragm. It is a method of birth control.
A rather simplistic answer is that the cervix expands (dilates) to allow the baby to pass through. There are several other actions happening during childbirth.