I need a little help. I have been tracking my cervix for about 3 months now. I know that my cervix will change from feeling like a dimple, to feeling more like a set of closed lips (straight line). However this month is has felt like lips being puckered up into a kiss. Not a single change.This one is new for me. When I google things about the cervix people talk about high/low, soft/hard and refer to it as the tip of the nose or lips. I'm confused by some of that because mine never feels like the tips of my nose, maybe my nose is more pointy and they are considering that the dimple? I'm not looking for the answer as to hard/soft, high/low......I'm talking about the entrance to the cervix......it goes from being a dimple, to a set of closed lips but now is puckered lips. When I look up puckered lips people say that means your pregnant, some say it doesn't. Has anyone else experienced this and if so were you pregnant or not. Not sure when I ovulated last month so I am waiting til the end of this month for AF.....then I will test but thought I'd ask around til then.
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