Age 23 – 3rd Pregnancy

These photos are from a 23 year old mother who has had two vaginal births before.  This is very early on in her 3rd pregnancy.   She has no STIs and a history of normal paps.

 

8 Days Past Ovulation

This photo was taken eight days post ovulation (8 dpo).  She was experiencing hot flashes, slight dizziness, trouble focusing, and a mild pain lower left abdomen, and some back pain.

 

 

9 Days Past Ovulation

This photo is taken nine dpo.  She was experiencing pain in her lower left abdomen, some back pain, and felt very tired.

 

 

13 thoughts on “Age 23 – 3rd Pregnancy

  1. All I can say is WOW!!! My last mense was july 13, 2011 on a 28day cycle. This is amazing to see.

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    MALIK ANWAR Reply:

    GOD BLESSING YOU ALWAYS YOUR FAMILY ALSO ..AMEN

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  2. What does this type cervix feel like. Im also 9dpo and i did manual cervix check. Mine feels firm, cant tell if low or high, and slit closed. Can you tell me what it feels like 9 days post ov.

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  4. Hi I’m new to this and found this page very useful
    I’m 23 and trying for my third child. I’m 9-10 dpo
    I’m have symptoms like cramping,pains on the left
    Side dizziness today I’ve had some light pink blood
    Every time I wipe not due my period for another
    5 days could this be a sign of pregnancy ???

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  5. I also am wondering how you can tell if a cervix is open I am ttc my 3rd child and my last cycle was 1/5/2013 and my cervix is still high firm with alittle white discharge I have some right ovary cramping and right side back pain but I am unable to tell if I am open or not my bbt has gone from 97.3 to 98.1 and has stayed at 98.1 for 4 days now..

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    beautifulcervix Reply:

    Once you have a sustained temperature shift, you have already ovulated. The firmness of the cervix indicates that it is likely closed.

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  6. I am not sure how many DPO I am. I had a baby three months ago. Had a regular period that started Dec 18th. I started spotting jan 14th (two spots when i wiped a day) this has happened for five days. I checked my CP it was low firm and I THINK open (i dont know whats considered open but i hear after births it stays open?). This is day 5 of this minimal spotting and my cervix is higher and softer and what i think is still open. Is this a odd period. Does the cervix being what feels like open rule out pregnancy?

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    beautifulcervix Reply:

    If you are not following the rules of the 7 standards of ecological breastfeeding – http://www.nfpandmore.org/The%20Seven%20Standards%20Summary.pdf – you’ll probably want to use a a barrier method as birth control after a baby. It is normal for the cervix to feel different/more soft after a vaginal birth and you may have to get used to this as your baseline. Also, it can take months for a fertile ovualtion/period cycle to resume postpartum

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  7. i would like to know how do you know if your cervix is low or not after having my daughter i have always been able to feel my cervix. i went to obgyn and he said everything is fine in fact he said uterus is tilted back. so how do i know if is to low or if is up.

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  8. The other day I felt a what i thought was a knot, and like a whole on it..I told my Hubby to feel he said he didnt feel anyhting out of the ordinary,I went to the ER to see what it was they took a pregnancy test it came back positive but they never checked me,they took 5 hours without seeing me so I left…I took 3 more pregnany test the next day,they were all positive. I felt the lump again (I had to reach up a little bit with my finger) and it felt like a slit. I figured out it could be my cervix im feeling. Is it what im feeling,& why would it be so low??? 3rd pregnancy but never experienced it… Maybe im worrying too much :( sorry so long!

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