(Closed) what does a soft low cervix mean?

posted 5 years ago in TTC
Post # 3
730 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

Low usually means infertile (during the beginning and end of your cycle), and high usually means fertile (right before and during ovulation). Soft is usually fertile and hard is usually infertile. So you have some mixed signals. 

Also, open usually means fertile and closed usually means infertile. 

During pregnancy, the cervix is supposedly high, soft, and closed, but I’ve never been pregnant so I can’t say from experience. 🙂

Hopefully you’ll get some answers at your Dr appt!

Post # 4
3369 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

@mrsedwardslpn:  Honestly I would stay the heck away from the internet until your doctor’s appointment. You’re going to do nothing but scare yourself, and probably all for nothing! Take a deep breath and I know it might be hard, but RELAX! Remember that none of us here on WeddingBee can give you an exact answer, only your doctor can. 

Breathe sweetie, I’m sure everything is fine! But the internet will do nothing but terrify you into things that likely aren’t even real.  

Post # 5
8146 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2012

@mrsedwardslpn:  Your cervix position and testure will change daily! It’s not a big deal. I have no experience with cervix’s during pregnancy, but mine is low and firm before I ovulate, then soft and high on the days that I am ovulating, then it gets hard and low again until I ovulate again next cycle!  Hope your doctor can hep you out. If you are charting your cycles, feel free to join the “Charters of the Hive” thread for some support!

Post # 6
2227 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: January 2012

Sounds like AF is coming.

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