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Pregnancy Open Cervix
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
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
Vag bleeding/preg: No- could be closed or open. You need to be examined buy doc. ...Read more
Very likely: Cervical 'position' in a non-pregnant woman has no meaning and i'd recommend you not check it. That's total internet nonsense. Good luck! ...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
34wks pregnant w/mcdonalds 2 stitches.take p17,dont have contractions.just went off bedrest w/2cm closed funneled cervix.can pressure dilate cervix?
Not impossible: it sounds like you have a diagnosis of cervical insufficiency and you have a stitch place to prevent dilation. The stitch should be able to holdyour cervix closed, however there are some situations where your cervix will continue to try to open anyway, such as infection. If you begin having contractions, get seen by a doctor immediately. Otherwise take it easy. Good luck ...Read more
Yes OK: No problem, you can do it.Zk.Get a more detailed answer ›
Being Pregnant: Nope. Not at all.Get a more detailed answer ›
29wks preg, contractions, cervix little soft/thin. Neg fetal fibronectin, positive Vaginal bacteriosum, put on Flagyl. Still contract. Early baby?
Call the Ob-Gyn Dr.: A 29-week pregnant woman with a tummy that gets hard can call her Ob-Gyn doctor and go get re-examined at the doctor's office or at the hospital's labor and delivery ward. The doctor will be checking for preterm labor, which can lead to a preterm birth (and all the problems that come with premature babies). Preterm labor is serious, so it is important to be examined by an experienced physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can an internal digital cervix exam at 28wks pregnancy cause mucus plug to come away? Worried after obgyn did internal due to bleeding. Cervix closed.
Threatened abortion.: Cervical incompetence, infection, placenta previa, fibroids, fetal anomalies could all cause you to have threatened abortion (i.e. Opening cervix and vaginal bleeding at 18 weeks. Please see your obstetrician to get to the bottom of this asap. My advice would be modified bed-rest, complete pelvic rest and serial examinations and ultrasounds by a maternal-fetal medicine specialist. Best of luck! ...Read more
No ; no: Cervix is always closed except during childbirth. Is only open enough to permit exit of menstrual fluid ;/or clots during menstruation. However these are essentially squeezed out through a cervix that is essentially closed. Cervix is also closed during ; after sex with sperm able to to penetrate because there is a minute amount of mucus in closed cervical openeing thru which sperm can pass.. ...Read more
27wks pregnant.Have had a few digital cervix exams to check.Ob says cervix closed+firm. Worried Can repeat digital cervix exams cause labour or pprom?
More info: The basic answer is that checking your cervix at this point should not cause any problems. The more important question is why are you being checked? Discuss with your doctor if you have certain risks or symptoms that increase your risk of preterm labor. If so or if you are complaining of contractions or pressure perhaps this is why exams are being done. Clarify the concerns and plans with your ob ...Read more
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