hiya im just wondering if any one can help me??? i have had 2 miscarriages and im pregnant again but im reallly really really worried im going to miscarry this 1 to as i dont think my cervix closed.... can anybody plz tel me what week the cervix closes.... i fel pregnant at the end of my 2nd m/c so not 100% sure how far along i am i should be about 7-8 weeks acording to doc i hav a scan in a week plz help xx
i had a miscarriage 2 months ago, i am pregnant again,i am 5 weeks it was to little to hear the heartbeat yet. i have to go back to docter in 2 weeks. i am so scared i am going to have another miscarriage. do yall think i will?
i dont think anyone should go off this cause when i feel my cervix it feels open but the dr says its closed, theres an inner and outer ox or something like that!!! its worry some cause now everytime i have an ultrasound i ask about my cervix being closed
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