39 weeks pregnant mother

Question: What is the meaning of cervix posterior high? I didn't get any labour pains till now.

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Answer: Hello. Posterior cervix means that instead of your cervix pointing straight down and lining up with your vagina, it is tipped or pointing towards your tailbone. I was been told that I won't go into labor until the cervix moves into a more anterior position which is best for delivery. Check with your doctor who can explain you better with an ultrasound scan. Take care and all the best for your delivery.
Answer: Cervix posterior high means....that the cervix instead of pointing towards the vagina..is pointed towards the tail bone....and has not started to dilate...
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