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hi i m trying to get pregent. but my periods r not regulasr and also very less. they last only for 1 day anda very less flow. i had ultrasoud and that says alla is well. just i m not ovulating.. i dont know what to do.. also i want to know if the intercourse in very small age like 6-7 affets the postion of vervix. becoz all the month i check my cervix with fingers. it is same.. why ? also the os os cervix is not in front. ??? pls reply me


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replied August 30th, 2010
Menstruation Answer A15768
Hi,
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The normal cervix is not in straight direction. It is in accordance with the position of uterus, which in normal state is anteverted and anteflexed.
If in doubt about the uterus and cervix position get yourself examined by your gynecologist along with ultrasound scan to confirm if it is in normal position. The ovulation not happening could indicate PCOS, get started on treatment for it and discuss your plans about pregnancy with your gynecologist. Once the treatment is going on fine, you will be started on ovulation inducers to help you release eggs from ovary and get pregnant. Have patience and focus on finding cause and getting treated.
Take care.



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