I agree. I know someone whose cervix started opening at 20 weeks, she was put on bedrest (in the hospital until 32 weeks, then sent home to remain on bedrest) immediately. She was fortunate and ended up carrying the baby to term and she was born totally healthy. She was told that the next time she gets pregnant she'll have to be stitched up at 14 weeks and on bedrest from then.on.
i lost twins at 20 wks due to weak cervix, i had a cerclage put in with my daughter at 13 wks. good luck i never had a problem with mine once it was in but it hurt like H*ll taking it out, no meds no nothing lol
The stitch will come out at about 34/36 weeks. When i had mine taken out at 34 weeks i didnt have contraction untill i was 38 weeks 5 days. Some people when they have it taken out go straight in to labour. Good luck for thursday. x
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