Whats a womans servix for??
The cervix is the only opening to/from the uterus...when the Gynecologist does a Pap Smear, this is one of the areas that the sample is taken from, since most anything explicitly in the uterus sheds cells through the cervix. The cervix is also the opening that babies come out of....
It's spelled cervix, and the cervix is the lower third portion of the uterus which forms the neck of the uterus and opens into the vagina which is also called the endocervical conduit. The narrow opening of the cervix is called the os. The cervical os allows menstrual blood to flow out from the vagina during menstruation. During pregnancy the cervical os closes to give support to keep the fetus in the uterus until birth. Another important function of the cervix occur during labor when the cervix dilates, or widens, to allow the passage of the fetus from the uterus to the vagina.
The cervix is the neck of the uterus, its the next thing right lying on the vagina, so if a very big penis enters through the vagina the wall that it hits is the cervix.
what the heck is a servix?
It's a big muscular "door" to the uterus. Keeps the baby from falling out til it's time for delivery, which is when it dilates (opens) to admit the newborn.
Basically, it's a bigger version of your sphincter, which is the circular muscle that keeps the poop from coming out of your butt til you are ready to budge. Gross analogy, but true.
The cervix is vitally what the baby comes out of
Not merely does the child travel through the cervix but the cervix also serves as a "plug" to keep germs and unwanted bacteria for entering the body...try searching google for more info on it. IF you're really that curious roughly it.
The cervix is the neck of the womb, thats where the baby comes out of! lol. The cervix dialates within labour enough to get the newborn out.
The Cervix is what connects the uterus to the vagina.
That is both where it is and what it does.
Lol its actually CERVIX..
The cervix is the lower third portion of the uterus which forms the collar of the uterus and opens into the vagina which is also called the endocervical canal. The get thinner opening of the cervix is called the os. The cervical os allows menstrual blood to flow out from the vagina during menstruation. During pregnancy the cervical os closes to help maintain the fetus in the uterus until birth. Another important function of the cervix occurs during labor when the cervix dilates, or widen, to allow the passage of the fetus from the uterus to the vagina.
The cervix is covered by the epithelium which is made of a thin layer of cell. Epithelial cells are either squamous or columnar (also called glandular cells). Squamous cell are flat and scaly, while columnar cells appear, as indicated by their name, column-like. Having regular Pap smears is imperative to detect precipitate changes to the cervical cells which may lead to cervical cancer; however, you should know that the majority of unexpected Pap smears are due to inflammation or infection.
a CERVIX is what a baby comes out of