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Is a congenital anomaly in the cervix is dangerous?

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Dr. Wlodzimierz Wisniewski
Neonatology 30 years experience
It depends: Your question is not very precise. I would answer that if your congenital anomaly is about structure only and does not pose increase risk for bleeding or is not an obstruction probably not. However may pose risk for getting pregnant or maintaining pregnancy. If by congenital anomaly you mean some kind of dysplasia it may be dangerous. You really have to ask your doctor who knows more about you.

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A 37-year-old member asked:

Do you know if a congenital anomaly in the cervix is dangerous?

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Dr. Rahil Malik
Obstetrics and Gynecology 10 years experience
Depends: If you have a stenotic cervix or double cervix, you may have other anomalies that may warrant a full work up.

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