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#1 of 2 Old 03-25-2008, 12:07 AM - Thread Starter
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Is it normal 8 months pp to have a sensitive/tender cervix. About 12 weeks postpartum I had some unexplained spotting but other than that I haven't had any bleeding or ppmenstrual cycles. I haven't had any cervical tenderness untill the last week or so. Then tonight dh and i dtd and it HURT anytime he bumped into my cervix. Is it anything I should be worried about? As far as I know there wasn't any damage to my cervix during the birth although my mw never did an internal at any of my pp visits and i haven't had a pap or gyn exam since the birth.
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Could you be ovulating? My cervix gets tender when I ovulate....
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