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Does the cervix drop before labor?


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March 21st, 2012, 11:08 AM
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We didn't DTD for a long time because DH was afraid it would hurt the baby, even though I assured him otherwise. When he learned it could help induce labor, he was ready to do it again because he wants this baby to come. So we did last night. My cervix must be really high, because we never felt it, and we used to hit it often

Does that mean labor is still a long way off? Should it drop lower before labor? I really have no idea!
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March 21st, 2012, 11:12 AM
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well the cervix gets higher while pregnant but I've also read that when your in the mood it can get high. SO really maybe thats why you didn't feel it. I have wondered if the cervix drops any but I think it stays where it is just gets thinned out and then dilates... I have tried researching it but i didn't find anything viable. So thats my best guess.
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