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What is the cervix normally like after m/c?


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August 28th, 2012, 12:00 PM
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I had 9 days of bleeding and another 4 days of spotting, which brings me to yesterday. Yesterday I don't think I had any spotting finally. Today I had a bunch of slippery mucus that was tinged brownish red. It *felt* like EWCM but I didn't try to stretch it. My spotting has also been very mucousy lately but I don't know if that's just leftover stuff that needs to come out from the pregnancy?

So out of curiosity I checked my cervix and it is quite high, soft and open. What do you think? Could I be ovulating when I have just barely quit bleeding/spotting from the miscarriage (I was 10 weeks along)?

I wonder what the cervix normally is like after a miscarriage? Is it high, low? Bounce around from day to day?

On the last day or 2 I was bleeding lightly I checked it just to see and it was SUPER DUPER low. Now it's way up and soft. What the?

I am on CD 15 today if you count the first day of heavy bleeding as Day 1 of a new cycle.

Thoughts?

(I am trying to avoid and we aren't having relations yet, but I just like to know what's going on. I'm thinking we might wait until after I ovulate for sure so we know there is zero chance of pregnancy.)
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August 28th, 2012, 12:36 PM
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Unfortunately, it could go either way. There can be some mucous discharge as part of the bleeding from the m/c, as everything heals. But it could also be a sign of fertility and it is possible to ovulate quite quickly after a loss. It's also possible for ovulation to be delayed, every m/c is different! Definitely err on the side of it being potentially fertile.
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August 28th, 2012, 08:17 PM
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Thanks. There's that lovely unknown factor again. I'm one of those people who likes to know what to expect, and so that part of NFP drives me nuts. lol Guess I just have to wait and see. I am having hotflashes and had a migraine for hours today so I definitely think my hormones are wacky right now. Anything is possible. I wonder if I will see a big temp drop tomorrow because of all these hotflashes and headaches. I used to get that on the first day of my period when my temp dropped from luteal to more of a follicular level. But my temp has still been slightly elevated, so maybe this is the big drop.
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