Please Help I M Scared

5 Replies
helpme - April 22

My cervix has always been low. I'm thirty five weeks preg and last night I wanted to feel my cervix just to see if there were any changes. Since my pregnancy my cervix has been low and soft ( I don't have to dig deep to find it) Well I'm not sure, but when I touched my cervix I felt the opening and it felt big and open I was able to stick my pointer finger inside and feel around... is this normal or have I dilated. I was suppose to go to my doc, but missed app.

 

Maddie - April 22

When you day you reached in and felt your cervix, I'm confused. Do you mean your v____a was open, or when you felt your cervix inside there was an opening? I'll try to look some info up on Google.

 

HELPME - April 22

When I felt my cervix, I felt inside ( i think). I wasn't able to stick the whole pointer finger inside/

 

Maddie - April 22

I found a good website: http://pregnancy.about.com/cs/childbirthcla__ses/l/blcla__s2b.htm It describes the dilation process. Here's what is says: If you feel the tip of your nose (no one can see you), this would be how an unripe cervix will feel, firm but fleshy. As it begins to soften or ripen, it will become more like the feeling of your ear lobe (touch it!). When it is really soft and "b___tery" it will be more like the inside of your cheek, very flexible and soft. (I don't know if this helps, but copy and paste the web address and see if this site is helpful.

 

Maleficent - April 23

at 35 weeks dilation and effacement are fine. i was dilated to 2cm for well over a month. unless your contracting there isn't a cause for concern and it doesn't mean your going into labor.

 

help me - April 23

Thanks ladies. It feels like the inside of my cheek and sort of like my earlobe. It's just very soft and smooth, and feels very open. Thank you anyone. as u can tell I'm kind of paraniod. :)

 

ADD A COMMENT:


You must log in to reply.

Are you New to the forum? Sign Up Here! Already a member? Please login below.

Forgot your password?
Need Help?
New to the forum?

Sign Up Here!


Already a member?
Please login below.





Forgot your password?
Need Help?  
Start A New Discussion