"The length of the cervix is expected to shorten as a pregnancy progresses, but a length of 3.0 cm to 3.5 cm isn't expected until 32 to 36 weeks:
At 16 to 20 weeks, normal cervical length is 4.0 to 4.5 cm
At 24 to 28 weeks, normal cervical length is 3.5 to 4.0 cm
At 32 to 36 weeks, normal cervical length is 3.0 to 3.5 cm
Answer: get it checked from doc...i got d same complication....my doc has informed me of premature delivery risk...and m on bed rest and medication...
my ceevical length came as 2 cm in 29th week which shuld be 3.5
Answer: Hi... Hw is ur health u got delivered?.... @jasmine sarpaul
Similar Questions with Answers
Question: I'm 15 week pregnant cervical length is 2.5cm is there any problem for my baby
Answer: Hello dear when you are not pregnant Normal cervical length is 4 to 5 cm.. the average cervical length is 3.5 cm. When cervical length is less than 2.2 cm, women face a 20 percent probability of preterm delivery. So don't worry dear.. Consult your doctor and proper rest is important
Question: When i went for NT Scan my cervix length is 3.8
Now my cevix length is 2.4 is that cervix length reduced
Cervix length means which connects the uterus and vagina..Normal cervical length during pregnancy in the 24th week is about 3.5-5 cm, whereas the cervical length at 28 weeks is approximately 3.5 to 4 cm, and the cervical length at 32 weeks is between 3-3.5 cm. Cervical length lower than 2.5 cm is considered short, while cervical length below 2 cm increases the preterm birth.
Question: Hi doctor.. I'm 23week pregnant amniotic fluid quantity appeared more in TIFFA scan Will Ferrell be any issues regarding this
Amniotic Fluid Index or AFI is considered to be normal at 8-18.
Medium AFI level is approximately 14 from week 20-35.
After that it keeps reducing and prepare for birth however if its more than normal its a condition where you have more amniotic fluid in the sac and your Dr. may use a process called amniocentesis or medicate to drain the excess water becz can be harmful for the baby and it is associated with risk factor like pre term birth or placental abruption etc.
Please follow Dr. s instruction.
Hope this helps!