How To Know If Your Cervix Is Bruised
The most common and obvious sign of a bruised cervix is pain. However, this injury can sometimes come with other symptoms. For example, some women report symptoms of bleeding, spotting, nausea, and back pain with a bruised cervix. These symptoms are more common the more aggressive the sexual intercourse was.
How Do You Treat A Bruised Cervix?
Generally, you don’t need treatment for a bruised cervix. But ibuprofen or naproxen can help relieve pain and discomfort. You can also apply a heating pad to your back or abdomen. Try sitting on a pillow or cushion. Massage your abdomen and back. And wear loose clothing to help alleviate pressure on your abdomen.
Is It Possible To Get A Bruised Cervix?
Your cervix can only be bruised during deep penetration with a penis, dildo, or other object. The cervix is located at the top of the vaginal canal, several inches away from the vaginal opening.
What Are The Symptoms Of A Bruised Cervix?
Symptoms of a bruised cervix are soreness after sex, cramping, and bleeding. You’ll likely feel your cervix being tapped as it happens, but you may not experience pain until afterwards. The good news is that your vagina and cervix are pretty great at taking care of themselves,…
What Does It Feel Like When Something Hits Your Cervix?
When the cervix is bumped, it can cause cramping in your uterus that ranges from mild to severe, or cause a dull aching or pressure-like feeling throughout your pelvis. Some women are more prone to cervical contact, if their uterus is tipped back towards their tailbone (or “retroverted”),…