If you were ovulating at the time, your cervix would have been high. I have had my ob tell me that before and that was the reason behind it. She must feel that there is something else going on for her to want to do a more in-depth observation. I'm not sure what it could be though. I would call the office and ask. That is the best place to get the answers for your body.
boogalo is right, you could have been ovulating. and your cervix can be at different levels every day of the month, up and down. this is not something to be alarmed about at all!!! maybe research it a little bit, and start checking yourself to see if it comes down.
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