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Cervix Position
Sorry, I forgot to put this in my last post, But I've been reading some about cervix positions and the range in which they should or would be at certain stages. I started my period on 9/31. The day before that my cervix was Very high. I could barely touch it. Apparently on your period your cervix is supposed to be low. What does this mean? we've been TTC and all my tests have come back negative.
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283175 tn?1295540865
Cervix positions change all day long.this is not used to diagnose a pregnancy.you need to be very experienced when comes to checking cervix and it has to be done whole cycle same time each day.its normal for it to be high then drop for your period.its very good your using this technique but it can be complicated.good luck next month.
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ok so can anyone tell me wat effaced mean this is my first pregnancy so im kinda in the clouds
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