If the test is normal and also there are no symptoms then there is nothing to worry as cervical length can vary during different phases of the cycle.It is possible that the length might be increased during the menstrual cycle phase.
If there are any other symptoms consider visiting a Gynaecologist for detailed evaluation.
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