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I'd ask for an emergency referral to a OB and have them evaluate the situation, with the aim of keeping the baby in there as long as possible. I'd also ask if steroid injections to help the baby's lungs would be appropriate.
Hope all is well.
my doctors, i see both an ob and mfm, say it is very hard to see a slightly dilated cervix on an u/s, even a tvu.
yes, a cervix can change lengths. i went from a 1.5 to a 2.7 in a week. i also had that happen in a matter of seconds.
i have weekly tvu due to a short cervix so i see a lot of my cervix
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