How To Check
Your Cervical Position
Begin checking your cervical position after you have
completed your menstrual cycle. When checking your cervical fluid or position -
insure that your hands are clean and fingernails are not rough.
There are a few positions that you can be in to check your
cervical position. It will depend on what you feel the most comfortable with.
Which ever position you choose should remain consistent throughout the length of your
cycle. Some women prefer and have no problem checking while sitting on the toilet -
other women find it difficult to locate their cervix in this position during fertile time
and may need to either squat down on the floor with knees bent and open or putting one
foot upon the bathtub or toilet seat.
With one hand holding back the vaginal lips insert the other
hands middle finger into your vagina. Move your finger up until you hit your
cervix. It should feel like a rounded cylinder shaped mass within your body.
The position of your cervix will vary within your
cycle. It will be low in the first phase and start to rise closer to ovulation and
then will lower again after ovulation has occurred. When checking for the first time
and are unsure what low or high should feel like, when high your cervix is almost
unreachable with you fingertip.
Once charting and have gone the changes your cervical
position takes on - you will have a better understanding of what a low, mid and high
cervical position is.
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