The cervix, or neck of the womb, is an amazing structure. During pregnancy, it is tightly closed, but with the onset of labour, it opens over a relatively short time to allow your baby to be born. This happens because contractions allow your cervix
please help. How does the cervix change throughout the cycle? More importantly what is it supposed to be like if you think there is a possibility that your pregnant?:\?
Hey everyone, i was just wondering if anyone knows how long it takes for the cervix to move from the back to the front?The reason i ask is because i'm 40wks 3days and i went for a sweep today, the midwife said i was 50% enfaced
Morning allSorry if it tmi for early morning. However first time ever i thought i'd check my cervix and my middle finger could barely reach, i'm having brown watery spotting (very slight) at it on CD 26, 28 and so far today cd 29, assuming AF
please help. How does the cervix change throughout the cycle? More importantly what is it supposed to be like if you think there is a possibility that your pregnant?:\? Sorry zammo - i dont really know! I am not brave enough to go rooting around
Evening Girlies.How long is the cervix 2nd time round in pregnancy? My friend has told me some really strange things and now im slightly worried LOL!!Think my LO is gonna be early, and am having a membrane sweep done at 38 weeks for various reasons
Can you cervix be high so i can hardly touch it and still not OV? My cerix since this morning is so high i can't really reach it yet still no ezcm?I bd'd last night think I will again tonight, if hubby can xx No idea on the high cervix no O bit
Midwife Nikki replies:There are several possible reasons why the cervix is slow to dilate or stops dilating. It's often due to weak contractions. If that's the case, a hormone drip can sometimes strengthen their intensity. It can also be due to a