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Question: I am 13 weeks pregnant and my NT scan was done a week ago i.e. at 12 weeks. My cervix length was found to be 2.9 cm.Is it normal or cause of concern?

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Answer: The average cervix length is 4 to 5 cm, and it is expected to shorten as you get further along into your pregnancy. One study found that at 24 weeks gestation, the average cervix length is 3.5 cm. When cervical length is less than 2.2 cm, women face a 20 percent probability of preterm delivery. So I would suggest you consult a doctor and keep a track of your Cervix lenght
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