An important part of tracking your fertility is to know your cervix. Every woman has different cervix cycles, and certain changes in the cervix throughout the month indicate when you will be ovulating. See relevant articles below!
Witness the cervical changes that take place during a full menstrual cycle. The pictures below are from a cervix of a 25-year-old woman who has never given birth before. ... read more »
For women who track their cervical position in order to determine fertility, many wonder if there is a correlation between the position of the cervix and early pregnancy symptoms and diagnosis. ... read more »
The Bimanual Vaginal Abdominal Rectal Examination happens at the Ob-Gyn visit when the doctors examines your vagina and pelvic organs with both hands. ... read more »
Cervical or nabothian cervix cysts are small fluid filled bumps on the cervix which are more often than not normal. ... read more »