Hey, I regularly checked my cp and before af was due it was always really low however, a few days before testing ( when I got my BFP) my cp was really high, almost too high to touch.
I hope this is a good sign for you, many people state that checking your cp can't be a sure way of detecting pregnancy however, I do believe if your aware of your cp throughout the month it can be a good method in indicating whether you are pregnant or not. It worked for me anyway
I'm the same as you claire. A BFN for me too. My cervix is really high too. To be honest, I couldn't reach it! Hope you got good news. I feel crampy in my abdomen but no other signs apart from being tired ( but I could sleep for Wales anyway lol). Let me know as soon as you know anything. Good Luck xx
oh my gosh hi all just wanted to put my point on as well...
my af was due on the 9/11/08 but has not shown and i am still getting bfn's oh and my cp is so high barely reachable firmish and closed.......oh and i chart my cp and its usually low and firm a week b4 af is due but this month it has not moved from the high position!
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