Hi Ladies just wondering has an answer to my question? i checked my cervix just a while ago and its low very low and slightly soft. Has anyone had the same is it a good sign or does this just happen anyone? I only ask as i havent checked my cervix before and dont really know whats normal i am 6 dpo today. Any advice very welcome
That whole topic confuses me too... everywhere you read it says something different. So I've come to believe and understand that it's not a definitive sign of anything and every woman's body is different. I do certainly wish you much luck! I just started my 2ww and I'm one of those people who waits and waits and FINALLY takes a test. With my first, I didn't test until I was 8-10 weeks pg.. crazy, I know! GOOD LUCK TO YOU AND GOD BLESS!!!!
Makes me wish I paid attention more with my first pregnancy.. darn it!!!
I think I read that too.. that it is high and soft when pregnant BUT the question is WHEN does it go up high... I think THAT is what varies woman-to-woman. I know it rises when you're fertile. But I think it doesn't stay high... oh it's sooo confusing!!
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