i lost a baby in april when i was 19 weeks 5 days! there was nothing wrong with him i just went into labour to early and my little boy was to young to survive!! i am now 20 weeks 6 days and on a cervical scan on tuesday it showed my cervix was slightly open, i am now on strict bed rest and having another cervical scan on wednesday to see if it is continuing to open!! i am just worrying myself now that i might lose my son! when i go to the toilet to pass urine i keep feeling pressure on my bladder, i am not feeling any discomfort or pains but could i be losing my baby??
my consultant only wants to put a cervical stitch in as a last resort as this could cause any unnecesary infection!! has anyone been through anything similar or got any advice i would really appreciate it!! xxx
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