Answered by armortellaro - Jan. 30, 2012 8:11am
I am 9 weeks pregnant and mine still moves high and low. This is my third baby. It's actually not soft, it's puckered......tightly closed, not the normal closed.
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Answered by lhelms2012 - Jan. 30, 2012 8:11am
Thank u, and thats the thing, we werent even trying. I didnt even know if I wanted a child until now. All the women in my family are very in tune with their bodies and my mother, and grandmother all knew they were pregnant before their missed period.
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Answered by a member - Jan. 30, 2012 8:06am
not being funny but sometimes you can wont it so much and you look into every little thing and it just stress you out best to wait and test nearer the time : ) best of luck
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Answered by lhelms2012 - Jan. 30, 2012 8:04am
No this is the first time I have even thought I was pregnant. I know it sounds nuts but I feel pregnant. Im so anxious and excited! And I have heard that the progesterone can make u have symptoms even before hcg is in place.
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Answered by a member - Jan. 30, 2012 8:03am
im 5 weeks pregnant and mine is still down low. you cant go by your cervix position
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Answered by Sydmama - Jan. 30, 2012 8:00am
Do you have anyother children? My cervix is ALWAYS low and medium soft until i O.. i have had 2 vaginal births and i read that your cervix will not necessarily be in text book location after childbirth. With that being said, when you are pregnant, your cervix is high. But usually not until 5 or 6 weeks! I wouldnt use your cervix as a hint to whether you are preg or not.
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Answered by a member - Jan. 30, 2012 8:00am
No you cervix position cannot determine pregnancy. Sometimes it can be an indicator but on TTC websites it's clear that you should not use this as a "test." Also if it's your first time you have NO idea what it normally feels like. Your egg would JUST NOW be implanting so any symptoms prior were bc of the ovulation hormones. You only have like 4-5 days before you can test. Be patient.
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