When you ovulate your cervix dips down lower in the vagina to try to meet the sperm sooner so that you can get pregnant during pregnancy the cervix is higher up in the vagina and closed completely when you go into labor your cervix will efface (thin out) and dilate (open up) to 10cm this can be an extremely looooong process...hope this answers your question Good Luck and God Bless!! The first part of that answer is incorrect. When you ovulate your cerix is high usually hard to reach, open, and soft like your lips. When ovulation is over and your period is near it drops low and is hard like the tip of your nose. What helps the sperm meet the egg is the egg white cervical mucus that you get during ovulation (if you don't get ewcm try preseed it won't harm the sperm at all). During pregnancy your cervix goes back to its high position, closed, with a plug of cervical mucus covering it to protect unwanted bacteria from entering (although that is not a good sign to use for conception cause it varies with each woman). When you're approaching labor your mucus plug comes out and your cervix is low and open preparing for the birth of your baby.
as soon as 2 r 3 weeks Cervical mucus after ovulation gets thick and white. It will stay that way during pregnancy. http://thefertilityshop.com
Normal cervical lordosis is lordosis very important by that position can be change and it's working disturbed.and it shift in chronic condition.
Yes. Conception changes the consistency of the mucus.
There is no specific "position" for the cervix to be in, if conception has occured. It will vary from woman to woman, and should not be relied upon to determine conception and pregnancy.
There is no particular position that will guarantee conception or prevent conception. Some positions allow slightly deeper penetration which might increase the odds of conception slightly.
Hello. It varies in every woman what the cervical mucus looks like. Its usually white and similar to ovulation discharge. Cervical discharge increases daily or every few days, once conception has taken place.
A conception date can never be 100% accurate
Nobody can pinpoint the exact second of conception. Sometimes the sperm reach the egg in a matter of minutes, and sometimes it takes a few days. The CM isn't as runny after the fertile period is over.
Yes, or ovulation
The change in an object's position or location is called Displacement. It is the change from the object's initial position to its final position.
yes. mutation can happen
the rate of change in position is speed.
Movement is a change in position
The change in an object's position is the definition for displacement. A change in position over time is motion.
A change in position over time is motion in physics. The change in position of the object is with respect to its reference point and to time.
Superior in anatomical position (more cranially)
Motion is continues change in position...
no its speed that definds the rate change of position
not likely. it is very very common and normal for women to have mucus a few days before their period starts. i usually always do.
Rate of change in position is called velocity.
Displacement is the overall change in position
a continuous change in position is called Motion