Is vomiting water while pregnant normal? I'm a high risk pregnancy due to a low cervix and spontaneous premature labor my past 2 pregnancies.

Ask your OB MD. You need to contact your treating OB MD who is providing your continuing care for this answer, who will know your history and have examined you previously.

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What is a thin cervix and how would it cause a high risk pregnancy.?

Short cervix. A "thin" or rather "short" cervix increases your risks of delivering prematurely. To prevent premature birth your doctor may prescribe vaginal Progesterone or place a stitch in the cervix, called a cerclage. These are proven methods to reduce the chances that you will deliver at less than 34 weeks. Read more...

I have an incompetent cervix I lost my last child to this and my dr said something about stiches? And high risk pregnancy. What is all this about?

Incompetent cervix. An incompetent cervix is one that opens and allows the pregnancy to egress prematurely resulting in loss. The cervix dilates too easily and the "stitches" are called a cervical cerclage which holds the cervix closed like a "drawstring on a purse or bag". When fetal maturity is assured the cerclage is removed and Voila! a full term baby. You are at high risk for repeated pregnancy loss without one. Read more...
Cerclage . Sorry to hear about your loss. Cerclage is a method in which the cervix is sutured or 'stitched closed' in early pregnancy. The stitch is used to keep the cervix from opening. It is done in the hospital in the early 2nd trimester to help premature dilation of the cervix. It is used when there has been history of pregnancy losses believed to be due to the inability of the cervix to remain closed. Read more...

Wife has high risk pregnancy wife is 10 weeks pregnant and the dr told her today she is a high risk pregnancy. She has a incompentent cervix that is small and short and told her without a cervix stitch she would most likely (90 %)lose the child. We are wo

A . A cerclage is a stitch placed in an "incompetent" cervix. The outcome of treatment of incompetent cervix is generally excellent. From the date of your posting, i suspect you have already had this done or soon will have. Read more...
Cerclage. Given the information presented, a cerclage is prudent. If you are worried, ask to be sent to a high risk OB doctor (mfm) for a second opinion. Read more...

Is it safe for a high risk pregnancy patient to wait for natural labor if she has history of failure to progress? *type 2 diabetic @ 38weeks*

What did your OB say. As long as you and baby are ok and the baby is not too large then you are not supposed to be induced before 39 weeks or if u had a previous c-section then c-section at 39 weeks if u need to be delivered before then your doc can do an amnio to make sure lungs are mature, please discuss with your ob. Read more...
Complicated. Timing of delivery depends on many factors. One of these is how well-controlled diabetes has been during the pregnancy. All of these factors should be discussed with your doctor-- they know your medical history, and the history of your current and past pregnancies. Read more...

I'm 38.5 weeks high risk pregnancy.....Cause I had 2 stillbirths one at 36 weeks and the other at 20 weeks so will I beable to get my labor induce?

IF you were my pt. I would induce u at 39 weeks or earlier , if earlier u must have an amnio but since you are 38.5 i would induce u right at 39 weeks, as the ideal time to deliver is 39-40 weeks and i would be doing nsts and bpps each week until u deliver, indcucion is safe and easy and effective when done properly, almost all of my pts want to be induced, please call your OB to discuss and get it scheduled. Read more...

I am in early 40s and would love to start on my second babie, my two yr old daughter was a difficult pregnancy. I was a high risk pregnancy with her?

Best to discuss. This with your obstetrician. You are considered high risk. You need to be monitored closely to avoid complications. Read more...
Depends what your . High risk problem was, you should do a preconception consult so you can know how likely you are to experience the same problems as last time. Read more...