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Old Jul 27th, 2011, 19:08 PM   1
evilangel21
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q tip method?


everyone ever heard of doing that? a women swabs her cervix and checks for any kind of blood to see if af is oming. i found thid on onaother website anyone ever try it and it be right?



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Old Jul 27th, 2011, 20:00 PM   2
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everyone ever heard of doing that? a women swabs her cervix and checks for any kind of blood to see if af is oming. i found thid on onaother website anyone ever try it and it be right?
Hmm I haven't heard of it before, but really if you swapped or touched the opening of your cervix and there was blood there,
it would not be a very meaningful precursor, because AF (or possible implantation bleeding) would be imminent.

Or do you mean put a swab into the cervix
but I don't think you mean that??



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Old Jul 27th, 2011, 20:17 PM   3
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lol well women say that they have indeed swabbed around their cervix and some saw blood and had af bout 24 hours later. thats a sign that af is soming.or implantaion bleeding



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lol well women say that they have indeed swabbed around their cervix and some saw blood and had af bout 24 hours later. thats a sign that af is soming.or implantaion bleeding
Yes, but it isn't much of a precursor, in that bleeding can be observed 1 - 24 hours later
ie swabbing shows you what is imminent anyway.



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Old Jul 27th, 2011, 20:27 PM   5
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For implantation bleeding, swabbing could be useful because it would allow you to observe bleeding (spotting) that may otherwise go unnoticed, due to the small amount.



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Old Jul 27th, 2011, 21:11 PM   6
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Be careful if you are pregnant you don't want to irritate the cervix too much, that in itself can cause bleeding.



 
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