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Abstract The wide use of assisted reproductive technologies has contributed to the increased risk of ectopic and subsequently heterotopic pregnancy HP rate. Cervical ectopic pregnancy is a very rare and life-threatening form of ectopic pregnancy that can also present as HP. We are describing here a case of year-old woman who presented with bleeding heterotopic cervical pregnancy HCP. The concomitant viable cervical and intrauterine pregnancies were diagnosed at 8 weeks of gestation. Selective fetal reduction was done for cervical pregnancy following which uterine artery embolization was done as a life-saving measure, and subsequently, injection methotrexate was also given.
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How to find (and feel) your cervix
What is the cervix? The cervix is the doorway between your vagina and uterus. The opening in the center of the cervix is called the os. During most of the month, your cervix produces a thick mucus that clogs up the os, making it difficult for sperm to enter your uterus. When you ovulate , however, your cervix produces a thin, slippery mucus.
Your cervix does a lot for you: it keeps unwanted bacteria and viruses out of your uterus, it opens and closes to let sperm in and menstrual blood out, it produces its own lubrication and even grows its own plug if you become pregnant called a mucus plug. Like the vagina and clitoris, the cervix also contains nerve pathways involved in the sexual response 6. The way your cervix feels to the touch will change throughout your menstrual cycle. These changes happen in response to the hormonal fluctuations that facilitate the ovulatory process.