This is normal & isn't a indication of pregnancy. Your cervix is high because you just ovulated.
the cervix is located in the uterus.
Count 10 days after your period =D
yes u can because your body already ovulated or is ovulated. and its very possible to get pregnant...
Depends... if you ovulated already, 14 days or so. If you haven't ovulated, up to 30 days. You need 2 weeks after you ovulate to get an accurate pregnancy test...
They are not in the cervix, they have swam into the uterus where they stay up to 5 days until they die. The discharge wash them out.
Your cervix, 2 days prior to your period starting should remain where it always it, at the base, opening of your uterus.
You should wait one month due to the higher risk of infection since your cervix is still open.
Are you sure you ovulated a few days ago and not now? There's always a possibility but the baby wouldn't be implanted yet so it's to soon to tell.
You will only know if you ovulated by purchasing a ovulation predictor test from your Pharmacist. Your period is not caused by ovulation but by the reduction in the amount of BCP in your system.
Starting your period two days after intercourse, is the sign that you had ovulated about 10 - 12 days prior to having sex - so you are not pregnant.
A month after her last period or around 14 days after she thinks she ovulated or had sex.
Yes. The cervix, vagina, and uterus will all go back to their original size in a matter of days/weeks.
An LH surge indicates that you have ovulated.
At 16 weeks - assuming your cycles were 28 days long and you ovulated mid-cycle.
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.
No. A doctor can tell you what day you ovulated but sperm can live for 3-5 days in a womans body, so it can be sperm from any of those days.
No, sounds like a period
I have read from many online sources that you can expect to have ovulated from between 10-16 days before your next period starts. Since you can only get pregnant within a small window of time after ovulation (between 12-36 hours) this question is all dependent on how long your cycle is, how regular you are etc. If you have the standard 28 day cycle, you could ovulate anywhere between cycle days 12-18 (if my math is correct) but this could vary greatly if your cycle is longer. Basically subtract 16 days from your standard cycle length to get the soonest you could have ovulated and 10 days to get the latest you could have ovulated.
No. To get a reliable result on a home pregnancy test you should wait 14-16 days after you think you ovulated to test.
Your cervix can change daily when pregnant or not. It can even change height and position if you are constipated or just relieved yourself. If concerned while pregnant speak with your doc, other than that you can learn your cervical pattern but charting and checking daily at the same time and same position. A cervical check can not tell if your pregnant by touch alone.AnswerHi, I am not an expert, but i have been pregnant four times and given birth to five healthy baby boys!! So I would say I have some experience. A soft high cervix usually means that you are going to, are, or just have ovulated. After ovulation your cervix goes back to harder and lower.(easily felt) In early pregnancy, your cervix should be low and harder just as it was before ovulation.AnswerWrong. I am pregnant NOW, and my cervix is low and SOFT.) Answeryou can be further in pregnancy with my 2 my cervix was high hard and closed also felt like it was not attached to the wallAnswerI am 5 weeks, 3 days pg and my cervix is high, soft and closed, but it can be different for everyone. When I was 4 weeks and first found out, I noticed it was low (but not as low as during AF), medium and closed.
Maybe. If your cycle is 28 days it is assumed that you ovulate on days 14-20, but if you had sex on day 11 ( spem lives 5-6 days in the uterus) and you ovulated 3 days later you could get pregnant.
it is called an incompetent cervix, it can be caused by damaged during a previous birth or a previous surgury on the cervix. and from the cervix bein open it can cause a miscarriage, so that wouldn't happen you would need a cerclage which is a procedure in which the doctor will sew the cervix closed with sutures to reinforce the cervix and prevent it from dilating to early... hopefully this would help you because it sure helped me
It is possible but not likely. I don't know how often it happens but my mom ovulated about 4 days after her period when she became pregnant with my brother.