I am in the same position as you but am pregnant with twins. They found the funneling cervix issue at 24 weeks. Admitted me into the hospital right away and kept me there for 3 days then sent me home on bedrest. i am now at 26 weeks and 1 day. They have done ultrasounds weekly so far and at 24 weeks it was 1.03 cm and now it is at . 77 cm. they have told me that i am at a high risk of delivering early and want me to go as long as possible before delivering. This is my first pregnancy so i am very concerned about the shortened cervix and funneling. I dont fully understand what it means but know it is bad.View Thread
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