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Dr. Jeffrey Roth
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Support Groups (Definition)

For information, resources, and support on specific diseases and conditions, see the links below. Additional local and national support groups can be found on the web, through local libraries, your health care provider, and the yellow pages ...Read more


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How common are incompetent cervix?

How common are incompetent cervix?

Very uncommon: The incidence of incompetent cervix is well less than 1%. When suspected, the norm is for serial trans-vaginal ultrasound measurements of the cervix, usually starting at about 10 or 12 weeks of pregnancy. If incompetent cervix is detected, then a cerclage can be considered. ...Read more

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How do you know you have an incompetent cervix?

How do you know you have an incompetent cervix?

Repeated losses: Repeated pregnancy losses in 2nd trimaster painless bleeding and spontaneous termination repeatedly. ...Read more

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How do you know if you have an incompetent cervix?

How do you know if you have an incompetent cervix?

Painless early deliv: Painless midtrimester delivery is a typical definition of incompetent cervix. More modern definitions rely increasingly on sonographic features before preterm birth, such as a very short cervical length (<15 mm by transvaginal sonography) in asymptomatic women. If you are diagnosed with incompetent cervix, vaginal Progesterone and possibly cervical cerclage could help you carry a pregnancy 2 term. ...Read more

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What does incompetent cervix feel like? Something in vagina

A weak cervix: An incompetent cervix is a weakened cervix. It is usually characterized by painless cervical dilation. It usually seen between 15 and 22 weeks and patients will ultimately end up experiencing spotting, watery discharge, cramping or vaginal pressure prompting them to go to the hospital. When they arrive at the hospital they already have cervical dilation. ...Read more

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What is incompetent cervix?

What is  incompetent cervix?

Opening up too early: The cervix normally has a very small opening--the os--even during pregnancy. It should remain so until close to delivery at which time passage of the baby through the os is needed. Thus, close to birth time, the cervix begins to dilate from about <1cm to 10. If dilating too early (incompetent), there is risk of preterm delivery, hence concerning for incompetent cervix. Hope that helps. Good luck. ...Read more

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Cervix (Definition)

The uterine cervix is the opening of the ...Read more