Age 62 – Post-menopausal

63 year old

Cervix of a 62 year old woman

Post-menopausal for 12 years

Mother of four- all vaginal homebirths (last birth 29 years ago)

No history of abnormal paps

Sexually active

24 thoughts on “Age 62 – Post-menopausal

  1. Truly amazing!

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    tama prahlow Reply:

    the os looks like it returned to the prebirth status-no longer slit-looking!

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  2. Thanks, Now I know normal. But I’d like to know if you could do any pictures of prolapsed cervix or colon or bladder. I’m 60 and I just feel so heavy down, like something could give way and something fall out. I’ve looked at several sites and am trying to elevate my back and butt and do stomach exercises and kegels, but please no surgery. Thanks for what you’ve done. Sharon

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    Patricia Aguabella Reply:

    Have you heard about the Jade Egg? You can do keggels using a stone egg because without one of this kegels will be like do weight-lift without a weight.

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    jane hand Reply:

    well I am 62 also so glad to see this picture.

    As far as prolapse there may be help for you here. Be sure the herbs sare organic type the worksd bulk herbs along with the herb you need into the search engine, I use mountain rose.

    In Dr Christopher’s book the school of natural healing he has a prolapse formula..it may also be in his colon cleansing boklet which is a lot cheaper. Wigth that one you put it into the vagina..if you have a prolapsed colon into the rectum. For bladder would probably havbe to put the formulas into the vagina. You hodl it there I recall and he has other suggestions at the link

    Here is the site..he is very good.

    http://www.herballegacy.com/Uterus.html

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  3. I have looked through all the sites and find all the pictures and the ages to be absolutely amazing. I have looked through my Anatomy and Physio. books, and a lot of web searches and thank goodness I found this site. I have irregular periods, secondary vaginismus, and bladder problems due to car wreck and other trauma. The site is so helpful with the pictures and knowing what is normal. I think this site compliments my Dr. appts. and a couple of other sites (Women’s Therapy Center, http://www.womentc.com, and peaceandhealing.com).

    Thank you very much for all your work and for keeping the public informed about this important topic that gets ignored.

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  4. Very interesting ! I teach sex ed for schools in a small rural county and can use pictures like these. Thanks for the education. Any pictures of an abnormal cervix, such as chlamydia, etc would be useful also.

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  5. fantastic!
    Thank you for this wonderful project. it makes me want to photograph my own, as I believe it’s a little war-torn- It tore with my first child and I had to have it repaired, cauterized. Since that time the scar from the tear/repair has been mistaken by newer/unfamiliar MDs. In any event, it makes me want a cervical portrait!
    Great work. I look forward to watching your work expand.

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  6. Thanks so much…I’ve had sooo many issues with my cervix but have never taken the time to actually research it. Now I know what they’re talking about… Thanks again…

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  7. These are simply beautiful! Thank you so much for taking the time, energy and effort to focus on women’s internal beauty!

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  8. WOW.. I saw these beautiful pictures and had to have my own speculum. I now have one and am proud to report that i am educating my Boyfriend on my body and hopefully he will take pictures of mine everyday even after we have intercourse and orgasms and all that. Maybe even see when I get pregnant for the first time. I highly recommend this site to other women and girls. Thanks again

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  9. Thank you for your work. I would also love to see photos of a woman (or women) who has had her cervix removed. I would volunteer for the project if you were local to me.

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  10. @Sharon Jones: Sharon, I’m an acupuncturist and prolapses, of the uterus, bladder, etc., can be helped with acupuncture and with herbs, believe it or not! Prolapse conditions have been around forever, and have been treated successfully by “old” medicine, like acupuncture. Specific points on the body are needled and the effect is to lift and tonify.

    Find yourself a well-recommended and thoroughly trained traditional Chinese medicine acupuncturist and give it a try. Non-toxic and safe! :)

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  11. I’m an older man and had a look at the Post Menopausal cervix and vagina. My wife had a total hysterectomy, womb and ovaries, and I sense that die ‘ripples’ on the inside of the vagina have become a smooth mucous surface. Can you please provide us a photo of such a case although it is not strictly of a cervix.

    Thank you very much for your site. It is most informative.

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  12. wow you can almost tell that this picture is froma n older woman not someone that is younger. it looks more…..in a snese like worn out kind out or something that is aged a little more maybe dryer in a sense because the other younger ones had alot of mucus or moisture on its cervix

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  13. I am 58 and this is the first time I have seen an actual cervix. I never really understood what was going on inside. Always very curious to see. Totally amazed when my son was born. Still hard to believe he came from me!

    What an interesting and fun site.

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  14. This is good, and I am glad I found you – will go find photos of the cervix at other ages for comparison. At 65, I get my mammograms and enjoy great fitness and the detox diet for the most part – but have neglected study updates re: my reproductive organs and genitals – till a few weeks ago a groin sprain made me get into it – I won’t be so dumb again – thanksomuch.

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