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what does the cervix look like? October 7, 2008

Posted by guinever in : doula, health, midwifery, pregnancy , trackback



Ever wonder what your cervix looks like? Or the changes it goes through during your monthly cycle? Wonder no more. My beautiful cervix has a color photo of the cervix for every day during a  33 day cycle.

You’ll see the obvious changes that cervical fluid goes through from the dry, tacky, non-fertile discharge to the clear, slippery fertile fluid. Note the positional and color changes of the os.  See the cervix during the follicular, ovulation and luteal phases of a woman’s menstrual cycle.

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1. Nicole - November 8, 2008

I have to say…stumbled onto this site while trying to educate myself. Thought it was extremely educational. I also believe the photos of your cervix was amazing. Thanks for doing that…really.

Nicole, thanks so much. these are pretty great, aren’t they? FYI, I had nothing to do with the photos of the cervix…I’m just linking to them! ~blessings, Guinever

2. kim - November 11, 2008

Your entire presentation is awesome, Lot of us are not able to understand the graphics of it all however the photo of each step by step moment helps. I wanted to say you are smart and brilliant and have made a medical break through with this. Thank you so much for sharing. Both make a great couple.

Dear Kim, thanks so much for your kinds words. Please note that the photos that I link to on this page are not mine=) I am linking to a different website. ~blessings, Guinever