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Cervical Cerclage Complications
If you have a history of cervical insufficiency, or if your cervix appears short on an ultrasound, you may be offered a cerclage. A cerclage is a surgical procedure that involves stitching the cervix closed with a strong thread for the full-term of the pregnancy. After having a cerclage, a woman is usually prescribed medication to prevent a surgery-related miscarriage. The stitches are removed around the ninth month of pregnancy, or sooner if labor commences, ...Read more
Complicated: In general cerclage is indicated when a woman has a clear history of incompetent cervix and previable second trimester delivery. Its complicated though, and somewhat controversial among experts. One should consult with an OB or mfm about the issue if one thinks a cerclage might be needed. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Incompetent cervix.emergent cercLage at 21weeks with funneling and 22mm cervix.feel baby is kicking cervix.can it cause further cervical changes?
23wks w/emergent cerclage at 21 weeks.week after stitch all closed 40mm cervix.today funneling 8mm.closed cervix 35mm.% chance of PPROM?
High: I would not give up but this is not a very encouraging development and you are still terribly early. Even every day is significant so good luck. ...Read more
3 months: Assuming a proper work-up has been done and conservative care has failed, most patients do very well from a single level cervical fusion. Average time for a complete recovery is 3 months. Although there are risks with any surgery, most patients do very well. Check out spine health.Com. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Have IC.21 weeks cervix 23mm,funneling 22mm.no bulging sac.placed emergent cerclage successfully.strict bedrest. % chance of carrying at least 28wks?
Likely very good: You should have a very good chance of reaching 28 weeks and longer. The current literature would support your management, with a cerclage placed for your history of an incompetent cervix. However, current literature would take exception to the "strict bed-rest" as that will increase the risk for complications such as a DVT while not decreasing the risk for premature or preterm delivery. ...Read more
A common procedure: Cervical spinal fusion for a herniated cervical disc is a common procedure done by neurosurgeons and orthopedic spine surgeons. There are certainly risks to the surgery, but in the proper hands the outcomes are excellent. You also need to evaluate the situation and ensure that the symptoms can be treated effectively with the fusion. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
3 cervical cerclages, 1 preterm labor, 3 c-sections, 2 miscarriages... Would i be considered high risk? Pregnant with #6, only 3 surviving children
NO oral sex: When youare pregnant because there have been rare reports of an air embolis which is usually fatal, and you do not want to be doing any sexual activity if you ahve a cerclage because there is too much cahnce of you going into labor or getting premature rupture of membranes at an early gestaational age which is bad and I have seen both, so for the sake of your unborn child u need no sex untilafter. ...Read more
Yes: Transvaginal cerclages can fail for many different reasons. These types of procedures are reserved for women that have been diagnosed with cervical insufficiency. If you have experienced a pregnancy loss in the second trimester and if you have failed a transvaginal cerclage discuss with your doctor the possibiity of a pre-conceptual transabdominal cerclage (tac) for the next pregnancy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
29wks pregnant with incompetent cervix and emergent cervical cerclage.CL is 20mm.is that length mucus plug enough to protect from ascending bacteria?
Pregnant with triplet.Have history of preterm labor 29 weeks (twins) due to rupture membrane.Is it important to do cervical cerclage? (cervix is fine)
Hmmmm. : Let's see. You had preterm labor at 29 weeks with twins and are pregnant with triplets? I'd go for cerclage given the risk of an incompetent cervix is present with 3 babies. I'm guessing you see a perinatologist? If that's what she/he is recommending, i'd sign up for it. Good luck. ...Read more
Pregnancy and UAE: Many studies have described successfully and, presumably, healthy pregnancies carried to term after uterine artery embolization. You will need to consult with your ob/gyn regarding your particular circumstance, especially given your history of cervical pregnancy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
McKenzie Exercises: Pt for back and neck conditions involve stretching, strengthening, and some range of motion. These exercises start very gently, and then are progressed by a certified pt based upon patient response. All patients are different, so the exact exercises differ as does the progress. Use of heat, rubs, electrical devices and ultrasound is not a long-term answer. No pain no gain to a point. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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