Question by  euterpe (30)

What is normal cervical pressure during pregnancy?


Answer by  worker2614 (137)

Since cervical pressure is different for all women and everyone experiences pain on different levels, it is difficult to gauge a normal cervical pressure. It is normal for cervical pressure to cause you to stop short while walking and can be extremely painful for some. Check with your doctor.


Answer by  redmamaof5 (188)

It is normal to have some pressure with pregnancy on your cervix. The baby puts alot of weight on the cervix as the pregnancy progresses. Towards the end you will have much more pressure as the baby decends a bit into the birth canal and therefore will add more pressure.


Answer by  Deb43 (579)

Many women experience mild discomfort in the form of cervical pressure at some time during thier pregnancy. Should the pressure become constant or unberable, seek medical attention immediately.


Answer by  GEETZ (388)

The normal cervical pressure is 9cm but it all depends on the head of the baby.. The normal average is 9cm

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