Period And Cervix
Just a question.
First, I believe the cervix lowers and softens during a woman's period.
I've always had what I called a "shelf" on the back wall of my vagina. It feels sharp sometimes, as though it is fleshy with cartilage inside of it.
I use a divacup when on my period, that's how I really began noticing this "shelf".
Well, tonight I was placing my cup back in, and I always have to stick a finger in there and rotate to get it to pop open. Usually I try to get the cup to lay over the shelf so it sits higher.
Well I sort of explored that shelf a little more tonight (with cup inside! It just kinda happened). It was very squishy, and round. And then I found a hole in the middle and poked my finger inside of it slightly A hidden part of my vagina perhaps?... before realizing it was probably my cervix and I probably shouldn't be sticking my finger in there O.o
Yeah so... anyone else ever accidentally poked a finger through their cervix before!? I didn't go far, maybe half the tip of my pointer finger IF that.
This brings up another question though, because if that IS my cervix... it's not pointing the way it does in diagrams! It's kinda pointing like a wall right towards my stomach, not a ceiling going downward out of the vagina. I've never had a gyno comment on it before, so I assume it's fine. Just curious.