Cervix position too low?

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  1. Star3333

    Star3333 New Member

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    Hi all,
    We've been ttc for six months and no success get.
    I have decided to chart my cervical position as an aid to monitor fertility.
    Ovulated five days ago I think lots of egg white cm (sorry tmi).
    My cervix rose to about 3.5 inches. Now is back down to 2.5 inches or 6.5cm. Feels very low and hard.
    Not really sure what this means. But I'm wondering is this abnormally low for a cervix (can't find anything on google) and could this low cervix be preventing us getting our bfp?
    Thanks ladies
     
  2. scn

    scn Well-Known Member

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    When fertile it should be high soft and open, low hard and closed when not fertile x
     
  3. JD.Deedee

    JD.Deedee Well-Known Member

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    I thought it could lower and rise back up in the two week wait. When I was pregnant my cervix gone back up high, felt soft but closed. Now I'm on the pill the day before af I tend to lose a mini plug, feel my cervix dropping but it's always open in the days before af comes.

    Your cervix has to be high and open during your fertile window with egg white cm as that helps the swimmers go up x


     
  4. Star3333

    Star3333 New Member

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    Thanks for answering.
    I'm wondering though if 2.5 inches/6cm is too low as in abnormally low for a cervix though if you see what I mean? Or does this seem normal based on other people!
    I'm just frantic wondering if it could be abnormally low and affecting ability to conceive.
    Thank you
     
  5. M1chelle

    M1chelle Well-Known Member

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    The cervical position isn't the most reliable indicator as it can vary so much from person to person and moment to moment, so I wouldn't get too caught up with it.


     

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