Incompitent Cervix, How do you know You are at Risk?
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March 22nd, 2012, 03:23 PM
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Join Date: Dec 2011
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They do check your cervix during u/s... It is usually caused by having many pregnancies or a short cervix... I lost my son due to IC, but I had 12 pregnancies prior to getting pregnant with him... They did monitor for changes, but not as vigilantly as they do when there is a confirmed case. If it is really worrying you, you should call so they can at least set your mind at ease...
I'm so sorry to hear that.
As for me, I have had two prior pregnancies but I lost them at 4 weeks, so this is really the farthest I have ever been. I don't have any living children as of yet. I go in for a u/s on the 16th of April and I will ask them if everything is looking normal.
Missing Angels: Sept '11 - 4 weeks & Nov '11 - 4 weeks 3 days
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