jak badacie szyjkę?

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  • #42870

    kryska

    Dziewczyny Kochane!
    Powiedzcie mi, jak badać szyjkę i jak rozróżnić np. że jest wysoko lub nisko, albo czy jest zamknięta czy otwarta?
    To czy jest twarda czy miękka to jeszcze jestem w stanie odróżnić, ale pozostałych cech już nie …
    Ale mam nadzieję, że pomożecie!

    Pozdrawiam

    Kryśka (5 cykl starań) + Jakub (4.07.02)
    http://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/kryska

    #561148

    samanta

    Re: jak badacie szyjkę?

    Też jestem ciekawa więc podpisuję się do tematu 🙂

    24 cykl, hyperprolaktynemia Tempki



    #561149

    kryska

    Re: jak badacie szyjkę?

    No to czekamy na opinie naszych forumowych ekspertek …..;)
    Pozdrawiam

    Kryśka (5 cykl starań) + Jakub (4.07.02)
    http://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/kryska

    #561150

    lotos

    Re: jak badacie szyjkę?

    ja tylko wiem, że jak twarda to w dotyku jest jak nos, a jak miękka to w dotyku przypomina usta.
    co do „jej Wysokości” brak danych:)))

    Ania
    http://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/43162

    #561151

    kryska

    odświeżam temat

    Może znajdzie się jednak ktoś kto mnie uświadomi?

    Kryśka (5 cykl starań) + Jakub (4.07.02)
    http://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/kryska

    #561152

    devilry

    Re: odświeżam temat

    Pozwalam sobie przekopiować tutaj tekst z FF dotyczący rozpoczętego tematu. Jest on w języku angielskim. Mam nadzieje, że skorzystacie z tych info 🙂

    Changes in the Position and Firmness of your Cervix

    It may take a few cycles to notice the changes your cervix experiences throughout your fertility cycle. It is a good idea to check when you know you are fertile as indicated by your cervical fluid and then again when you know you are not fertile (as indicated by your thermal shift in your luteal phase) when you are getting started. With this correlation, you will feel more easily the differences between your fertile and non-fertile times. When you are approaching ovulation, your cervix will be high and soft (and you may notice that it feels more open also). When you are no longer fertile, your cervix will feel lower, more firm and you may notice that it is more closed. If you are not comfortable checking your cervix or you find the changes difficult to observe, and you are able to observe your cervical fluid easily, checking your cervix is not absolutely essential. If you are comfortable checking your cervix and are able to identify changes, you will benefit from the additional information that will help cross-check your other signs.

    Checking your Cervix

    If you choose to check your cervical position as an indicator of fertility here are some guidelines:

    1. To avoid the possibility of infection, always check the cervix with clean hands.
    2. Check the cervix once a day after menses. You only need to check once a day, unlike cervical fluid which you may check several times a day.
    3. Check your cervix at the same time every day as it may change throughout the day.
    Use the same position for checking your cervix throughout the cycle as changing positions will change your observation of cervical height.
    4. Squatting or placing one foot on a stool (or toilet seat) are good positions.
    5. Relax. (You will be able to more easily relax as you gain more experience).
    6. Insert one or two fingers into the vagina. At the back of the vagina, you should be able to feel your cervix. If you feel something at the back of your vagina that stops your fingers, then you have found your cervix. If you apply gentle pressure you will notice that it feels smooth, round and firmer that the surrounding vaginal tissues.

    Feel your cervix and make the following observations:

    -Is the cervix high or low? (it is more difficult to reach it is high)
    -Does the cervix feel soft or firm?
    -Does the cervix feel open or closed? (Women who have already had children will notice that the cervix always feel slightly open).
    -Does the cervix feel wet or dry?
    -Do you feel any bumps on your cervix? (If you feel bumps that do not seem to be related to your fertility pattern, talk to your doctor right away)
    -Record observations.

    Recording Cervical Changes

    Fertility Friend offers two fields on the data entry page that relate to cervical position. You can record the position and the firmness.

    Position: Your cervical position may be: low, medium or high. Your cervix heightens and becomes harder to reach as you approach your most fertile time. The important thing is to notice how it changes throughout your cycle in relation to your fertility. Observations can be subjective so you need to notice your own unique changes. There are really no rules to apply as you have to notice the changes relatively as they change. This may take a few cycles to really notice.

    Low: Record „low” for your least fertile cervical position. This is the position where it is easiest to feel and reach your cervix.

    Medium: Record „medium” for the position between your lowest and highest.

    High: Record „high” when your cervix is hardest to reach. You may not even be able to reach it. You will notice that it feels more wet, soft and open at this time as well. This is your most fertile cervical position.

    Firmness: Again, the issue is to notice the changes in the texture of your cervix relatively throughout your cycle as it changes. Like your cervical position, it may take a few cycles to notice your own pattern. To get an idea of what you are looking for, check when you know you are fertile (when you have eggwhite cervical fluid) and when you are sure you are not (after ovulation has been confirmed by 3 high temperatures) so that you know what you are looking for. At your least fertile time, both before and after ovulation, your cervix will feel the most hard and firm, a bit like the tip of your nose. As you approach ovulation, your cervix will soften, feeling more like your lips. You can record the firmness of your cervix as Firm, Medium, or Soft.

    Firm: Record „firm” as the most hard and firm texture you experience throughout your cycle. Your cervix will likely also be low and quite easy to reach at this time.

    Medium: Record „medium” when your cervix feels between your most firm and most soft. You may feel this just before you approach your more fertile time before ovulation and after ovulation as well.

    Soft: Record „soft” when your cervix feels the most soft. It will probably feel quite wet and high at this time as well and you may even notice that it also feels open. It may be hard to reach. This is your most fertile cervical texture.

    Openness: You may also notice that your cervix feel more open when you are most fertile. This observation can be quite subjective because women who have already given birth may notice that their cervix always feels slightly open. Women who have never given birth, may not notice the change or may notice that the cervix only opens slightly at their most fertile time. If you are unable to make this observation, the firmness and position of your cervix should provide enough additional insight into the changes in your cervix to allow you to cross-check your other signs. If you are certain that you can notice the change in the openness of your cervix, you may want to record this observation in the notes section of the data entry page in Fertility Friend.

    Rybcia

    http://www2.fertilityfriend.com/home/rybcia

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