Does Your Cervix Drop After Ovulation?
Cervical position of a woman may tell her about her fertility. Checking your cervical position will allow you to notice changes throughout the month and get a personal prediction of your most fertile time of the month. As you approach ovulation, the cervix rises up to the top of the vagina and becomes softer and moister. At the height of ovulation, the cervix rises high. Sometimes the cervix seems to disappear -which just means it has become so soft that it blends in with the vagina walls. Once ovulation occurs, the cervix drops lower and becomes more firm. The opening to the uterus will become tightly closed. This can happen immediately after ovulation or may take several hours to several days.
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Before ovulation, the cervix gets higher and higher in the vagina and is soft, high, open and wet (show). About 24-48 hours after ovulation, the cervix adopts a lower position in the vagina and become firmer.
Yep..I understand that it wil be lowered n becomes softer esp during the height of ovulation. . Great for trying to conceive.