I was told a couple of years ago that I have a short cervix (about the length of my pinky which is about 2.5 inches long). I am sexually active and bleed every time I have sex now. The guy I am with is a bit bigger than what I have been with before. Could the bleeding I am going through be from the short cervix? Is this something that I need to worry about? Sex is painful to me a lot of times too. I tried to look up information on short cervix's, but all the posts I see deal with women that are pregnant, and I am not pregnant. Oh and on a side note, when I was told that I had a short cervix I was also told that I had precancerous cells from the health clinic I went to. I am not sure if this information goes in hand in hand with the short cervix and bleeding I go through. I am scheduled to have a "well woman checkup" in late March at a local health clinic because I don't have insurance and can't go to a regular obgyn office, but was hoping I can get an idea of this thing going on with me sooner. Any help would be much appreciated.
Hi Cundiff, Look did some research and there is a short cervix, but this means really short, and there is a long cervix the same as yours, but all the answers seem to be around pregnant women, I'm not saying your pregnant , but if you google both you will see for your self, short cervix, and long cervix.
Just tried this, long cervix and sex, yopu can find some good answers.
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