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karleysmommy08 posted:
I know I know, its not good to check your cervix, but.....what is the cervix positions.....during early early pregnancy??
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sis0384 responded:
not sure if this will help. but i have found out that right before my period it is low and hard. i've never been pregnant so have no idea what it would feel like in early pregnancy. but i'm assuming it would'nt be low and hard. sorry i couldn't help more
 
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kms82082 responded:
high and closed? *i think*
 
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k021600 responded:
it's quite ok to check your cervix, my gyn showed me how... But never the less i checked mine everyday to see what changes could bring me hope! That darn thing was up and down and soft and hard, didn't prove a thing though. Mine was low and hard the day i found out i was pregnant. then high and soft the next day and kept changing. i checked for a week so the next time we concieved i could save my self the trouble of guessing! Didn't help, but, it does help as far as checking for fertility days, it's open slightly, feels like puckered lips and is soft, has raw egg white cervical mucus thats stretchy like snot. that lets you know your time is near to fertilise the egg, but until your a good few weeks into your pregnancy (2-3months. your cervix really don't assume the pregnancy position! Hope this help! TONS OF BABY DUST


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