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Cervix During Pregnancy

Where should the cervix be at end of pregnancy?

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i was told by my doctor that the normal length of cervix canal during pregnancy should be 30mm.


i guess its never totally closed? so i should say in early pregnancy the cervix is "closed".


The cervical opening should be small in the early stages of pregnancy. A closed cervix is a good indicator of a healthy pregnancy.


my cervix is high soft and closed and I'm 5 weeks preg.


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.


During early pregnancy your cervix should not .....repeat not be open (dilated) at all. Later in your third trimester you may become 1-2cm dilated, this is a sign that labor is near.


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.


The cervix will normally feel firm (like the tip of your nose) when not pregnant. In pregnancy, the cervix normally rises (is higher up) and is softer (like feeling your lips with your fingers). This may vary between women and can sometimes not be noticed until late pregnancy so it is not a reliable indicator of pregnancy.


Your cervix does not grow during pregnancy but the uterus does.


A pregnancy in which the zygote implants in the fallopian tube abdomen ovary or the cervix is called an Ectopic pregnancy.


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.


i have heard that might be a sign of pregnancy due to the extra blood flow when your pregnancy, you should take a pg test to see



The cervix is normal until a woman starts going into labor.


The cervix is normal up until around the time of labor.


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


I just found out im pregnant and I have had very tender cervix.


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 reason.


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 rather than later is better.


A closed cervix outside of pregnancy may be an idiopathic, treatable condition. Idiopathic means we don't know what causes it.


I have never heard of anyone being able to see their cervix. Take a pregnancy test if you are unsure. If you can see your cervix you have a prolapse not a pregnancy and you need to see a doctor NOW.


for most women high and soft but some women already have a low lying cervix prior to falling pregnant. So High or Low & Soft.


Not until the final few weeks, unless there is a medical reason or concern.



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