22 weeks pregnant mother

Question: what precautions should be taken with short cervix. I have 2.5 cm. in 21 weeks.

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Answer: Ask doctor about limitations of your activity.. and in case of spotting and bleeding rush to hospital immediately.. increase food rich of iron.. blood loss will not impact you much..
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    ruhi nigam1151 days ago

    No spotting nd bleeding

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    Rashmita Padhiyar1151 days ago

    Thats good.. it means you are taking care enough.. ! Still ask your doctor about limitations of your activity.. that what you should not do..

Answer: Hello dear if you have short cervix then you should take complete bed rest.
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    ruhi nigam1151 days ago

    Thnx a lot..

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