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I would just not get a cervical check, honestly Checking can introduce all kinds of bacteria to your body and it can cause unneeded stress! Your body will go into labor when it's ready, which for most first time moms is around 41w3d!
But to answer your question, I have heard of cervical regression, but it's usually while mom is in active labor. I hope you stick around and ask any other questions you might have!!
December 9, 2013
5:20PM 8lb3oz 20.5"
Hospital water birth
And progress/lack of progress when you aren't in active labor doesn't mean anything. It doesn't indicate if you'll go into labor soon or if your labor will be quick or easy or anything like that.
With my son, my water broke when I was 1cm. With my daughter, I had an appointment in the morning and was 1cm/50% and then I went into labor that evening. So don't get discouraged if there aren't any changes.
Mama to an elementary school boy, kindergarten girl, and my miracle toddler girl.
Three 10w losses (11/2010 + 8/2011 + 10/2014)
No it isn't possible for it to go back, however different checkers can find different things, so you can be told you'll be at one point and then another, it's no fun. Cervix checks give me hope at the end, but if they're too frequent they aren't good.