I thought i read a post about "falling uterus" I know thats not the proper term BUT
Any women out there....................I've been having a lot of different symptoms and bleeding for 19 days which has now stopped. I put my finger inside my vagina just to feel if anythings changed??? Well my cervix is very low. I can completely feel the roundness of it. I feel the little hole in it. It just seems like it way too low. I checked while i was on toilet and my finger was in past my knucles (not all the finger was in) and i could feel it really well.
Is there times that its lower and then goes up higher. Im serverly constipated and sick. I thought maybe uterus??? or something could be pushing on me uterus/cervix.
Any help would be great.
You might try looking up "prolapse". Straining with constipation can add stress to the abdominal support structure and might possibly be at least some of the reason your cervix seems to have descended down the vagina a bit. It is worth a read.
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