had my first ob appt. yesterday, and i have an incompetent cervix (can't hold the baby in on my own.) i am scheduled to get a stitch put around my cervix to help hold him/her in. a little worried about the procedure and now have more ?'s than answers. please if anyone has been through this or is going through this please reply!! thanks mirandaView Thread
I took a h.p.t. thursday and i am pregnant. according to the calculator on this site i am due 2/2/12. My last pregnancy ended one day shy of 16 weeks because of an incompetent cervix. it has been four years since we lost our son and i am afraid. i know that god is with me and will keep us safe, but i still worry a lot. can anyone relate or at least give me wisdom?? thanks -----worried mommy-to-beView Thread
Hi! i took my hpt Thursday and according to my calculations i am due 2/2/12. i am a little scared because i lost my son at 15 wks. and 6 days four years ago due to an incompetent cervix. i am afraid it might happen again but at the same time i am also scared i will make a fool of myself and go to the e.r. for pain and its just gas or something. i was on a diet last time i got pregnant and also this time. seems it only happen when i am serious about a diet.i would appreciate any comforting words. thanks and congratsView Thread
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