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I have a question when it comes to charting cervical position. I check my cervix in the morning and later in the evening but I am so confused as to what I put when I am charting? Any suggestions? I am 13dpo and today it went from being medium high soft and I believe closed, to somewhat low super soft and closed to back up to middle? But I am unsure what I document on my charting.
I'm not sure that charting CP means a whole lot after ovulation. But I have been wondering too if it's normal to have your cervix be medium,soft/medium and slightly open in the 2WW...if that makes sense!
The position/firmness of the cervix can change a lot throughout the day. It's the most difficult sign to interpret. To keep things simple, you have a few options.
1. Skip the cervix check. Focus on really mastering your CM observations, and temping if you like to include that. CM will tell you everything you need to know, the data you get from the cervix is extra.
2. If you like having the CP observations, then check it only ONCE each day...at the end of the day. You'll just wind up confused if you check it more than once a day.