The cervix should be high within the vagina walls two days before a period. Sometimes the cervix may rise so high that it is difficult to feel, according to FertilityAuthority.
Two days before a period, the cervix is soft, high, open and wet as stated by FertilityAuthority. It may become so soft that it seems to blend in with the vagina walls.
During the height of ovulation, a mature egg is available to be fertilized within the thickened lining of the uterus, according to American Pregnancy Association. If conception does not occur, the unfertilized egg dissolves, and uterine wall sheds, resulting in menstruation.