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Sky
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They say the cervix feel like touching your nose, and it does. When you touch it should be nice and round like the nose , but what if its not smoothly rounded like the nose? is there a problem with it then? If there is nothing wrong with the cervix, should it always be nice and rounded like the nose? thx in advance
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ErinK
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Your cervix doesn't have to feel *exactly* like your nose.It should feel smooth, thouigh. If it feels rough at all, that'd be bad, and something that should be checked out.

When you go in for your next gynecologist's exam, why don't you ask the doctor to show you your cervix and verify that it's okay?

Erin


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