How Do You Check Your Cervix At Home

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How can I check my own cervix at home?

  • Insert Your Index and Middle Finger in Your Vagina.
  • Push the Fingers Deep to Reach the Cervix.
  • Probe Further to Understand the Level of Dilation.
  • Get Medical Help.
  • How do you know if your cervix is high or low?

    If you can reach the cervix at just your first knuckle, your cervix is low. If you can reach it at the second knuckle of your finger, your cervix is a normal height. If your cervix is difficult to reach, or you cannot reach your cervix at all, you have a high cervix.

    What does it feel like when you check your cervix?

    Ask yourself, what does the cervix feel like? It may feel like a protruding cylinder/nub toward the back of the vaginal wall. You may be able to feel your cervix by circling around it and also feel a small dent (the cervical opening) in the middle of the cervix.

    How can you tell if your cervix is soft during pregnancy?

    Signs From Your Cervix

    Next the cervix softens, going from a consistency similar to the tip of your nose to soft and squishy like your lips. As the uterus practices contracting, the cervix moves from behind the baby's head to forward on top of its head, closer to the opening of the vagina.

  • Measure while on your period (the cervix moves throughout your cycle)
  • Insert a finger and feel for the cervix (feels like the tip of your nose)
  • Measure the length that fit inside using a ruler for the most accurate results.
  • Signs From Your Cervix

    Next the cervix softens, going from a consistency similar to the tip of your nose to soft and squishy like your lips. As the uterus practices contracting, the cervix moves from behind the baby's head to forward on top of its head, closer to the opening of the vagina.

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