Thanks for the info,
Yeah, I'm super glad my midwife showed me my cervix in my last pap, I'd never seen a friable cervix before and glad to know what it was and have her show me.
It's puts some info together, for I used to bleed everytime I used a cervical cap and just thought the cap was too tight. And now have bleeding after intercourse which she warned I probably would.
Glad to see no more problems. Mine is "friable" only on the tip and I didn't know if that would increase as the cervix became soft and open in pregnancy?
I was assuming the tissues being so soft and senstive would be more thin and stretchy, but now I'm thinking maybe not?
I think why they say friable it's not just because it's more senstive, it actually is pretty bloody, with more mucus. The tissues look a bit soft and red. But, it's not a sign of a problem like it you were to see cervicitus.