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I'm 37 weeks pregnant today... and tomorrow my doctor is taking out my Cervical Cerclage that I got at 14 weeks because my first son was born at 29 weeks. I'm just have a couple of questions about this.
*Will it hurt when he takes this out?
I have been having contractions since 29 weeks, when he takes it out will I go into labor shortly after? I have to get a c-section with this baby because I delivered my last child via c-section.
When the doctor takes this out could I be dilated?
Could my water break when he take this out?
Sorry I just dont know what will happen.
I really wouldnt mind having him tomorrow because he is getting big and my frame is small. Seems like he doesnt have anymore room to grow and I cant sleep at night, plus my back hurts really bad everyday.
Thank you so much. Please help!
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