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Checking Cervical Position


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March 2nd, 2005, 07:46 AM
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I have read a lot about cervical positions. How can you tell. I understand high and low positions, hard and soft too. What I don't understand is open/closed. So a high/hard cp means pregnant? What does open closed mean and how do you know if it is open or closed?
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Alisha
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March 2nd, 2005, 02:04 PM
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Your cervix will soften and open when you ovulate and will close and harden after ovulation. Your cervix does soften when pregnant but not usually until several weeks into the pregnancy. Every woman is different you can really use your cervix to determine you are pregnant. HTH!
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