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#1 of 3 Old 02-17-2003, 11:59 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Does anyone know when the CP returns to lower and hard after O? Or does it just depend on the person? Mine is still very high and soft and closed 4 days or so past ovulation. I can barely feel a cervix at all.

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I think this is one of those things that varies greatly from woman to woman. Are you familiar with the normal fluctuations in your cervical position in relation to your cycle? I ask because until I started to TTC, I surely wasn't. I think most women have the SHOW for 3-4 days a month before cervix returns to the low position. Again though, I am sure this is highly subjective. I have been reading TCOYF and doing some research, and from what I can see, a high "closed" cervix is a sign of pregnancy, but does not always occur right away.

So, a wishy-washy answer at best. HTH
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Thanks! Just checked again and it's back to its normal position.

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