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Chart says its D day but my cervix is very low

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January 23rd, 2011, 04:50 PM
MandyMae833's Avatar Regular
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I have just realized something today that might explain my fertility issues. I just started charting my aunt flos and realized that when its D day or a day before or after my cervix is very low like right there. Any other time its very high. I have all the ovulating signs EXCEPT my cervix is low
So do I have that tilted uterus thing? I would have thought my OBJYN or someone would have told me since I have one child already and I have had numerous ultra sounds
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January 23rd, 2011, 10:00 PM
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have you tried to google it? normally if your CP is low that means you aren't Oing...is it soft or open?
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