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    Question What position should the cervix be in the first trimester?

    I am 6-weeks pregnant and want some insight on how your cervix supposed to feel and the position. Last 2 weeks or so it was high so i couldnt reach it. Now it at the point I can reach it so just wondering if this is normal.


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    Your OB or the nurses that work for him/her can tell you. I also recommend the Pregnancy Bible - superior IMO to What to Expect.

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    It is not the same for every woman because women are not all built exactly the same and have the same cervix or the same pregnancy etc etc.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Batya33 [Register to see the link]
    Your OB or the nurses that work for him/her can tell you. I also recommend the Pregnancy Bible - superior IMO to What to Expect.
    Thank you, I have my appt on Friday, but just freaking myself out every time i run to the bathroom. I will check that book out. I was pregnant with my son in 2005, so I forgot everything now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victoria66 [Register to see the link]
    It is not the same for every woman because women are not all built exactly the same and have the same cervix or the same pregnancy etc etc.......
    I figured, I am just going to be paranoid until the 2nd trimester because I am a worry wort. Not good i know.

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    The thing is worried won't save you from anything. Just be at peace. Also don't go poking your fingers around in there if you are worried.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victoria66 [Register to see the link]
    The thing is worried won't save you from anything. Just be at peace. Also don't go poking your fingers around in there if you are worried.
    Yeah, I know I am just a worry wort in general, and yeah I am not poking anymore lol

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    Gong through pregnancy and motherhood (so far) really helped me with my worrying -it's so bad for my health and such a waste of energy. I have little mantras I do when I start going down that boring, repetitive path of worrying like "oh please that's silly" -whatever works.

    All I know is the cervix is supposed to be closed. At 6 weeks I was spotting -talk about worried!

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