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What connects to the uterus to the outside of a woman's body?
June 11, 2015 1:36AM
The uterus does not truly connect to the outside of the body. The neck of the uterus ends in the portion we call the cervix. The cervix sits at the very top of the vagina, which is all inside the body. The vagina is what actually 'connects' to the outside of a woman's body. It is a passageway, like a dead end hallway, which ends at the cervix. The cervix is like the tip of a nose protruding into the very top of a vagina. The cervix feels just like the tip of a nose, except the cervix has one very tiny slit while the nose has two much larger nostrils (larger than the slit in the cervix.