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Cervix After Miscarriage
What happens to your cervix after a miscarriage will it come down straight away and then start cycle again?
You will be OK: Quickly. Cycle might be delayed a month or so. ...Read more
How quickly does a cervix close after miscarriage? I haemorrhaged over 1 litre in 1 hour and dr said cervix was closed straight after. Still bleeding
Varies: The cervical response after a miscarriage will vary from person to person. Treatment should be based on the amount of bleeding, hemodynamic stability and whether or not there is tissue still present in the uterus. Treatment is not really based on whether or not the cervix is open or closed ...Read more
Biochemical prgnancy: Possible to have a nonviable pregnancy at very early estimated gestational age (~4-5 weeks from last menstrual period. Since the pregnancy is very early, there may be minimal bleeding/cramping similar to a period. A biochemical pregnancy is a nonviable pre-clinical pregnancy that occurs at an early gestational age with no evidence of a pregnancy by u/s, but only via blood test. ...Read more
Can you tell me about normal for the cervix to be low and hard after 2 weeks and 7 days since miscarriage?
After a miscarriage how long does it take for the cervix to go back to normal to be go back to normal cycle.
Miscarriage: Depending on how far along you were when you miscarried, if your cycles were regular, your body should go back to your normal pattern within 1-3 months. In some patients, it may take a bit longer for your cycles to return to normal. Still, many physicians would recommend you wait 2-3 cycles after the miscarriage before trying again to get pregnant again. ...Read more
Open for a time.: A miscarriage is a process where the pregnancy is unable to be maintained for a number of reasons. The uterus contracts and you feel cramping pain. If the pregnancy is farther along this can cause slight opening (dilatation) of the cervix. Most of the time if this occurs it returns to normal in the first 3-4 wks. After the miscarriage. ...Read more
Yes: It has returned to normalGet a more detailed answer ›
Does flying affect a foetus 4-8weeks if one has a history of miscarriages and diagnosed with a weak cervix?
Is it normal to have low-lying cervix during the first trimester? Should I avoid sex if I've had miscarriages before?
Cervix measuring 2.87 cm at 6 weeks. Shoukd I be worried? Have a history of pre term births and late miscarriages. Anything to do now that can help?
They told me at er I was going to miscarry and my cervix was open but I never miscarried on my own I had to take med. Could I have cervix incompetent?
Cervical incompetenc: You certainly could have problems with your cervix but I would suggest you see an OB specialist to determine a definitive diagnosis ...Read more
I'm going through a "threatened miscarriage" the dr said my cervix is closed. What's going to happen?
Please ask your doc: Your doc should explain everything about what could or could not happen to u it depends if u are really going to have one or not because when I use that term it could go neither way, your doc should be able to see a fetal htbeat by 6 1/2 - 7 weeks if it is not going to be one, if u are going to misc your cervix will open and u will start to bleed and pass tissue, or u may not pass the tissue. ...Read more
I was 11wks pregnant drs said I had a miscarriage does the cervix close rite up after the miscarriage?
Usually: After the uterus is emptied of its contents, the cervix will close back to normal in several days. ...Read more
Had heavy bleeding which has stopped. If I miscarried would my cervix would still be closed? I am 6 weeks and 2 days along.
It could look closed: At six weeks along the products of conception aren't very big. If you had heavy bleeding then there is a good likelihood that you miscarried. To be sure whether you miscarried or not you could get a pelvic ultrasound which may show a gestational sac. You might also get a quantitative hCG to give some idea of whether you have a viable pregnancy. ...Read more
I'm going through a threatened miscarriage cervix is closed I've been bleeding for 4 days. 6.5 weeks preg. What's happening?
Threatened ab: Bleeding in an otherwise normal pregnancy is called a threatened miscarriage. An ultrasound can help check for ectopic or abnormal pregnancy such as blighted ovum. If the ultrasound indicates a normal looking embryo then you have a good chance of continuing a normal pregnancy even though you had the bleeding. ...Read more
I recently had a miscarriage. Before I miscarried I could swear at times I felt so much pressure on my cervix. Now I an ttc, pressure is back! Help! ?
Probably ok: Pressure is pretty nonspecific, but I would recommend seeing your obgyn to make sure everything is back to normal after your miscarriage. ...Read more
Unlikely!: Events that cause miscarriages initiate in the cervix and uterus. ...Read more
Not likely: If you are not bleeding you are likely not having a miscarriage. Go see your doctor and get checked out. ...Read more
Had miscarriage two days ago what should be position of my cervix should it. Be closed or opened I was spotting but now I have no more bleeding?
Need an exam: You really need a pelvic exam to assess whether the cervix is now open or closed. There are different kinds of stages of abortion and the position/opening of the cervix can determine what stage you are in. The only way really know this is to have your doctor look at see if the cervix is open or closed. If you are no longer bleeding it's likely you've had a complete abortion, but exam will prove it. ...Read more
2 kids born 13&15 yrs old. 1 abortion year 06 2 miscarriages yr 06 & 13, I had ultrasound of cervix twice told everything look well. Infertile?
No...: Infertility is defined by someone who is unable to conceive. You have been pregnant so infertility does not sound like it is a problem that you have. Miscarriages are emotionally difficult; however, know that they are very common and most women that have a miscarriage are ultimately able to have a successful pregnancy. ...Read more
My cervix was high, soft, and closed for almost two weeks. Now it's high soft open and heavy bleeding with sharp cramps. Could I be miscarrying?
You could be: Bleeding and cramping is always worrisome - but not diagnostic of miscarriage. Without additional information (your gestational age, pregnancy history) it is impossible to say anything more specific. I you have an OB doctor I recommend you call him/her as your next step, and best wishes. ...Read more
After a miscarriage is it normal to pass the tissue, have the cervix close, go two weeks without symptoms then start spotting and cramping again?
Miscarriage: Yes, yet you should see your doctor ...Read more
I have incompetent cervix. I have had 4 miscarriages. My last miscarriage was in march of 2013. Should I try and conceive again or is it dangerous?
What did your OB: Say, obviously u need an elective cerclage placed before the cervix dilates and you may need other meds like Progesterone and possibly others to help keep the pregnancy from ending early, please discuss with your obgyn or an infertility specialist, u need a very comprehensive workup before u try to conceive again. ...Read more
I had a miscarriage on Oct. 12, 2015. I started my period this month until 11/18/15. I've had a high soft and tilted cervix for a few weeks. Normal?
Hormones & Cervix: This can be normal as many women who have had a miscarriage undergo a number of hormonal changes as well as inflammation - all which can cause position changes of the uterus and softening of the cervix. In most women, these changes should normalize within the next several months though can change if getting pregnant again. Keep in mind - with other symptoms, it can also indicate infection ...Read more
I fell pregnant with the help of fertomid and unfortunately had a miscarriage at 22 weeks due to an incomplete cervix. Its been 6 months since the miscarriage is it advisable to take fertomid if I want to fall pregnant again?
Cervix/abnormal: A "miscarriage at 22 weeks" is unusual, and if caused by an "incompetent cervix" (meaning that the cervix was unable to stay closed to contain the pregnancy) it is advisable to see a physician who is knowledgeable about "high risk" pregnancies before trying again: you may need a simple procedure early in pregnancy to assure closure of the cervix: a "circlage" procedure. ...Read more
Abortion: By what you are describing it seems you had a missed abortion (abortion where no products of conception were expelled). Cervix will be the way you just described. This is normal and its supposed to be like that. Your obgyn will explain the next step and alternatives. ...Read more
Miscarriage due to the bleeding. How long does it take for cervix to drop. Due to no drop in hCG could it be "vanishing twin"?
Unclear question: Please restate your question as it does not make sense in its current form. ...Read more
I've been trying to conceive for over 8 months after a miscarriage. I'm 14dpo right now and my cervix changes throughout the day?
Check a test: If you are 14 days post ovulation, your period should be starting in the next 24 hours. If it doesn't, check a pregnancy test and, if it is negative, repeat it in 3-5 days to be sure. I am uncertain what you mean when you say your cervix changes through out the day, but, if you are trying to conceive you may have succeeded! Hope this helps. ...Read more
I had a miscarriage mid May and haven't seen a period since. I missed julys period and my cervix is currently low hard and closed?
See a Doctor: Most women after a miscarriage get a period in six weeks. Please see a doctor for evaluation. ...Read more
4 weeks post miscarriage - my cervix is still ever so slightly open. Is this normal + if I got pregnant would the new pregnancy be ok?
5 weeks preg, light to mod bleeding, cervix open. Severe abd pain for 2 hrs then stopped, none since. "Threatened miscarriage", can I carry to term?
Threatened abortion: Possibly. Need to see a physician ASAP ...Read more
24 weeks preg. Sharp cramps and pain in lower abdmn some times. Scan everythng normal, cervix 4cm. Any problems? I am very tensed. Had a prev miscarriage.
Not a health tap?: You need to call your obstetrician immediately and discuss your concerns with that doctor. Without knowing your physical exam and you it would be imprudent to take advise from a website on such a critical issues. ...Read more
Miscarried 22aug, 19w for incompetent cervix. Reports r normal. Having sex after 2w till now. Can I be pregnant now (26sep)? If so, is there any risk? I'm 21
Possible: If you are having unprotected sex you certainly can be pregnant. If you take a pregnancy test in a week or 2 you should have the answer. You certainly would be at risk for another miscarriage if you have an incompetent cervix. You should consult with a high risk OB and be considered for placement of a cerclage (a suture around the cervix) for your next pregnancy. ...Read more
No: There is no meaning related to a "scratchy" cervix, not a miscarriage risk. ...Read more
I am 7 weeks pregnant and my cervix is really low. I had a miscarriage about 4 months ago, should I be worried?
Cervix: Position of your cervix has no correlation with ultrasonographic findings of shortened cervical length. ...Read more
Twins pregancy at 22 weeks with cervix lenght of 2.2 cm and U Shape. What are the odd of miscarriage before 34 weeks and advises?
Odds are hard to get: Twin pregnancies always carry a risk of preterm labor and premature delivery which has been very difficult to estimate despite research on cervical length, uterine contraction monitoring, measurements of cervical f-fibronectin etc... Studies on prophylactic measures like bed rest, cervical cerclage, progesterone supplementation are also controversial. Consult a MFM doctor, specialist in twins. ...Read more
Last pregnancy diagnoses with incompetent cervix. Does this affect ability to get pregnant? Does this make miscarriage more likely?
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