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27mm Cervix Length And Normal Delivery
Hi I'm 38 and half weeks pregnent. Last week doctor told cervix is closed. Does that mean I can't have normal delivery? She said I've to be induced.
Yes: 3.2cm is more or less normal. One study found that at 24 weeks gestation, the average cervical length is 3.5 cm. We start to worry if it is shorter than 2.5cm as there is a 1/5 chance of pre-term delivery. Best wishes! ...Read more
Not normal: A 3 cm cervix at 21 weeks is not what most women's cervix measures, but it has been deemed sufficiently long to herald a risk for preterm delivery, which it does, when the cervix is shorter than 3 cm at that gestational age. ...Read more
My wife s ultrasound report showed her cervix measured 2.9 cms in length. Is this normal. And what does it mean?
Pregnant?: Depends why they did the ultrasound. If she is pregnant, how many weeks? This can help give a risk of preterm delivery. If she's not pregnant, it doesn't really mean anything. ...Read more
Lost my virginity last night. Guy is average length. Didn't hurt too much except deep when he'd go all in. Was he hitting my cervix? Am I normal?
Maybe and Yes.: Certainly possible that his penis could reach your cervix. Nothing that you have written suggests that you are not normal. Hopefully you had him use a condom? No free ride on the pregnancy risk for the first time! ...Read more
Fingerd @20 wk g1p0, brown spotng the nxt day, said threatnd ptl? Labs normal, posterior placenta grade 0 and cervix length normal, is sex ok @24wks?
Internet Medicine: You have a high risk pregnancy. None of us here thousands of miles away from your physician will want to interfere with or contradict any recommendations that your physician has provided to you. You have a high risk pregnancy. All questions about activities that are safe for your pregnancy should be directed to the physician providing you care in person. I am sorry. ...Read more
At 30 weeks. I have a cervix length of 2.6cm. It was about 3cm at 22 weeks. Is this normal? Its closed n firm. OB checking internally weekly till term
Yes: This is normal. You will have some thinning of the cervix as you get closer to the time of delivery. It is supposed to be closed and firm at 30 weeks, but it is normal if it gets somewhat shorter. ...Read more
Hi I had a history of PPROM at 22 weeks. MY cervix length is 26mm now with out pregnancy. Is Cervix length 26mm when not pregnant is normal?
Cervix length:31 (abdominal)26 (vaginal sonogram)a doctor suggested cerclage without examining, another examined and said it's quite normal. Which one?
Need more info: It would be improper for anyone here to give you specific advise without knowing more about your or your specific obstetrical history. Vaginal sonograms are used to measure the length more accurately. ...Read more
No: Episiotomies are rarely performed these days and some women have no tearing! So, stitches are not always required. ...Read more
Vaginal birth after cesarian (vbac) is common after one prior cesarian. Sometimes this depends upon the circumstances of the original surgery. There are certainly good candidates for a vbac, and there are not so good candidates. Talk with your ob/gyn and consider such factors as:
1. How did things go before
2. How many kids are you planning on
3. What were the prior indications
good luck! ...Read more
Weeks prior: Usually the fetal head becomes engaged in the weeks prior to delivery. Best wishes! ...Read more
Hard to say: By normal, I assume you mean vaginal. A woman's condition after any type of delivery can vary dramatically. Some are ready to resume regular activities including exercise in days and some will be on bed rest for a variety of problems for weeks. It is best to consult with someone that knows the specifics of your case. ...Read more
I just delivered a baby with normal delivery when can I start to wear a corset and is it safe? The
Post deliv corset.: Hi NalaA, it depends on how much weight you gained and if there was any complications like toxemia, since the corset could increase BP a bit in upper body. Its takes the Cardiovascular system about 6 weeks to return to normal so I would say not before 6 weeks thanks ...Read more
I have an abbutting os. How far away does the placenta need to be away from os for normal delivery?
What is the recovery time for normal delivery? How long I have to take rest? Do I need to take 6 weeks rest? Pls hlp dr
Timing varies: It depends on a lot of things including whether you had a big tear, or any complications. Everyone heals at a different rate. 6 weeks is a standard recommendation, for bonding, and bc new moms are very much sleep-deprived, and need rest. Some people heal quickly and choose to return to work sooner, depending on their circumstances. 6 weeks is very standard. Some jobs allow longer maternity leav. ...Read more
Now 3 months over after normal delivery. Some blood spotting came on 56th day. And again on 91st day. What does it mean?
Back pain - have back pain always since 5 months / my baby delivery. I had normal delivery but back pain is always there. Who should I consult?
Varies: Since your question encompasses a broad range of events, the answer must also be broad. The outcome would depend on the specifics of the delivery. Newborns are tolerant of some events more than others. In the future please be more specific with your question. This is not a chat room, and questions are not linked. ...Read more
Be supportive in: Labor, I assume you both took pre-natal classes, remember mother nature does not always work the way we want her to work, depending on what happens in labor and how big the baby is and other factors your wife could end up having a c-section, please go by your docs advice and hopefully you will have a vag delivery but if your doc thinks you need a csection then go by your doc's advice. ...Read more
You need prenatal care right from the start.Folic acid daily and prenatal vitamins, proper nutrition and avoid gaining too much weight, stay active and follow your obstetricians advice
do not smoke
do not drink
do not take any drugs unless ok by your doctors
and hope for the best, stay positive. ...Read more
No: A vaginal delivery is still possible, however, depending on you specific circumstances, you may need or be at high risk for delivery by c-section. ...Read more
4-8 weeks: Usually 4-8 weeks.Get a more detailed answer ›
Possibly: Depends on why you ahd the csection and how big your pelvis is, the risk is that after a csection, the scar could rupture which is a disaster, so if a doc is going to let you labor that doc has to be in the hospital the entire time you are in labor which is not feasible for most docs and due to our malpractice environment, where I practice 90% of docs will not do vbacs, and u couldend upcsection. ...Read more
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