Trying to get pregnant since June. Last period was Oct 30 and ever since then my cervix has remained high. I find it hard to tell if it's hard or soft ( to me it feels in between if that makes sense) Also have creamy lotion like cm everyday. I should be getting AF either tomorrow or Thursday according to my past cycles ( 30 days) Isn't the cervix suppose to drop after ovulation.
i posted a similar question i thought your cervix is supposed to be high up after ovulation...especially if conception takes place...well anywho i am awaiting my period anyday now and it still hasnt showed up so i still wait and my cervix is still high up also..i am really beginning to worry because i just had a baby 10 weeks ago...this isnt supposed to be happening right now...
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