Locating Your Cervix

Locating Your Cervix

In order to successfully perform a home insemination, you will need to find your cervix. This may sound daunting, but it’s really not that difficult! In this short paragraph, we will walk you through the steps of finding your cervix. Once you know where it is, the process of home insemination will be much easier!

To find your cervix, you will need to insert your fingers into your vagina. You may want to use a lubricant to make this process easier. Once your fingers are inside, feel around for a small bump. This is your cervix! If you cannot find it, don’t worry – there are other ways to locate it (we will discuss this later). Once you have found your cervix, you are ready to proceed with home insemination!

The cervix is the lower part of the uterus that opens into the vagina. It is about the size and shape of a small lemon. The main job of the cervix is to keep the womb (uterus) closed during pregnancy. When it’s time for your baby to be born, the cervix dilates (opens) to let the baby pass into the vagina.

To find your cervix during a self-exam, insert your fingers into your vagina. You can use either your middle finger or index finger. Be sure to wash your hands first! You may feel a small bump at the end of your vagina. This is called the vaginal fornix. The cervix is located behind the fornix.

To feel your cervix, press your fingers gently against the fornix until you feel a round, firm area. This is your cervix! If you are not pregnant, your cervix will feel like the tip of your nose. If you are pregnant, your cervix will feel like the bottom of a ripe grapefruit.

Remember, every body is different. You may have to experiment a bit to find your cervix. The best time to find your cervix is during ovulation (when your egg is released). This is usually about midway through your menstrual cycle.

The main job of the cervix is to keep the womb (uterus) closed during pregnancy. When it’s time for your baby to be born, the cervix dilates (opens) to let the baby pass into the vagina.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to us. We are here to help and support you through this process! Thank you for considering home insemination as an option for starting or expanding your family.

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