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2006-08-23 17:55:24

Your body will tell you when you are ovulating. "She" will give you signs, very much like she does before your period... You know P--M--S!! When your body ovulates, your uterus will ripen and began to cramp. This is more or less 2weeks after your last period. You will begin to cramp mildly as if you were mensturating. You will become sexually aroused too (for some women)and your temperature will rise. But as for checking it (physically).. I am not sure. The women of old used this way of knowing when to try and concieve.

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Yes, this is common during ovulation. The cervix generally gets soft and the hole in the middle opens up more.


Yes, it is open during ovulation. A trick to remember is SHOW (soft, high, open, and wet). This way sperm can easily pass through the cervix to the uterus and fallopian tubes. After ovulation it closes again. You must remember that your cerical position changes frequently and it is different for each woman. A good way to see how your cervix reacts is to consistenly check it at different times throughout the months.


Your cervix should be low and firm. During ovulation with cervical musus the cervix is high and open and wet. After ovulation it is firm, low, and closed. If you are pregnant it will be high, soft, and closed.


During ovulation. U can tell this by checking your cervical mucus and cervix position. Ur mucus will go from tacky and pasty to clear and slippery like egg white. You will be able to stretch it between about an inch before it breaks. You have to get this sample from your cervix. While you are there, check ur cervix. Before ovulation it is firm (like ur nose) and hard to reach. The closer to ovulation it will become soft (like your lips) and low.


In non-pregnant women, the cervix is soft around the time of ovulation. In pregnant women, the cervix becomes soft in preparation for labor.


It's possible but highly unlikely. During ovulation and leading up to ovulation the cervix will be open as it needs to be open in order to help allow the sperm reach the egg.


One sign of ovulation is a change in cervical mucus - when you are ovulating it becomes more "watery". An increase in your sex drive is another sign of ovulation. A third sign is cervix position when you are ovulating your cervix is higher and more open. Another good way to determine whether you are ovulating is to purchase an ovulation test from any drugstore.


The only way to directly check your cervix safely is at a doctor's office.


semen is collected and placed into the woman's cervix with a small syringe at the time of ovulation. From the cervix, it can travel to the fallopian tube where fertilization takes place.


A womans cervix changes while her body is going through ovulation, period, progesterone cycles and vaginal discharge. I wouldn't rely on the cervix as being a indication of pregnancy. Do a pregnancy test.


if your 5 days past ovulation you shouldnt be starting your period (if your on a normal cycle) for another week and a half. More than likely could be a yeast infection. When your fertile your cervix is usually high soft open and wet maybe you were wrong about ovulation date. Personally my cervix is high and soft up until the day before my period is due. After ovulation you should dry up then around 9 days past ovulation if your pregnant you may experience lotion type mucous. Good luck!


ovulation can be felt but not during active intercourse. fallopion tubes have eggs wating for sperm and after forming zygote will be embedded in utreus


thin as it wants to let sperm through the cervix into the uterus :)


You can check your cervix in any position, as long as you can reach it of course. Some people prefer to lay down while checking their cervix as it's more comfortable, but it's easier to reach your cervix by squatting.


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.


During ovulation the cervix is high, soft and open. After ovulation the cervix is low, firm and closed.It is not as simple as that. In some cases the cervix goes the other way. Mucus production is a more reliable sign."Some of the problems with MI (Manual inspection of the cervix position) were: difficulty with diagnosis, lack of time and space to practice it everyday, anxiety over possible infection and/or pain caused by touching, and ignorance about sexual organs. In timing ovulation, the accuracy rate of the new rhythm method was 87.9% in BBT+CM+MI, 75.9% in BBT+CM, and 51.7% in BBT only. In 85.7% the external uterine orifice raised at ovulation, while in 14.3% it lowered. Average shift in position from the lowest to the highest was 2.4cm-2.5cm. Other aspects of the uterine orifice which can be manually inspected are degree of its aperture and hardness."(Miyazaki F, Katahira K, Narazaki R, Hashimoto K, Hayashi T. )


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 changes throughout the month... High and hard right after period, changing to low and soft while near ovulation and then returning to high and hard before period....



No, it comes from your cervix, you can check your cervix on your own with your fingers to check the mucus, if you don't produce alot, you may not notice it vaginally. ~pawsalmighty


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 very normal.


Ovulation is the time when your egg drops through your filopian tubes and can be fertilized by a sperm that enters through your cervix. This egg that drops is only good for about two days. If it isn't fertilized then that's why you have your period, to flush it out naturally.


Unless you use fertility awareness method or ovulation testing kits then you can't tell when you have ovulated or not. You will be able to detect fertility signs such as changes to your cervix during ovulation, fertile cervical mucus, and secondary fertility signs such as breast tenderness or ovulation bleeding - but these do not tell you exactly when or if you ovulated.


One may download an ovulation chart from fertilityfriend to help them track there ovulation. If that is not sufficient then one can also check on babycenter for an alternative.


If you are asking about the uterine cervix, it is common for the cervix to be very firm throughout most of the menstrual cycle. The cervix only becomes very soft and opens up when you are nearing ovulation, to make it easier for sperm to get through it to the uterus. So really it's hard most of the time and only softer a few days out of every month.



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