Being asymptomatic, things could be getting worse and I would be none the wiser haha. It's pretty daunting.
But he's still cooking, and that in itself is amazing news.
Wonderful news I know how daunting it can be. I'm suprised though that they haven't been doing regular scans although I use to hate them they always dictated how I was going to feel after wards depending on the news looking back all the worry was for nothing because he cooked to term and he's perfect when are u due to get stitch removed
There's nothing they can do so there's no point scanning. It either holds or it doesn't.
It comes out at 36w, as soon as hubby gets back in the country.
Can I ask how you discovered something was wrong? Did you have bleeding or just feeling funny?
I'm rather worried about this as mine was already very short to start with after cin2 treatment a few years ago
Just wondering what to look out for if there is anything :-)
Hope your doing well
I was asymptomatic which means absolutely no hints anything was wrong. It was picked up at my routine 20w scan.
So basically, if there's cervix issues in your medical history, they should keep a closer eye on you
I specifically asked for mine to be checked at my morph scan at 18weeks they picked up it was on the lower end of normal I also would get weird sensations down there hard to explain but it was like a pressure I just new something wasn't right I called my ob who had me come in and said my cervix felt softer then two days before next morning had a scan and it was much shorter so was booked in for emergency stitch at 21weeks if your worried or feel something isn't right get it checked no harm in checking it and if you have a history of cervix issues they shouldn't have an issue with checking it
Thanks lady's that's great to know I might just inquire my next appointment just incase as my doctor didn't seem fazed when I mentioned it but maybe a midwife or the sonographer might
Pregnant for the first-time?
Not sure where to start? We can help!