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Cerclage or progestrone tratment
Hell dr.. I m 20 week pregnent i dine my anamoly scan my cervical length is 4.1 cm...i had two misscarage at past at 20 & 24 weeks bcoz of incompotent cervix.... My dr give me susten 200 and dupasthon two times a day along with iron, calcium etc...Is progestrone helpful in my case to reduce preterm or i go for cerclage for best.... Becoz i dont want to loose avain... Plzzz help
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Theres no incompetence at present Avoid unnecessary invasive procedure Instead start medicine to avoid complications
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It is better to undergo a cervical encirclage as ther eis history of previous loss of pregnancy at 20-24weeks which is typically the time for pregnancy loss due to incompetent os...also you should continue progesterone
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Progesterone support and bed rest , is what you require
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According to your history, Cervical  insufficiency   is more apt  a diagnosis and I would advice you to have a encerclage done at the earliest. Presently at 20weeks your cervical length being 4cm is good . But an incompetent  cervix  can suddenly shorten and cause problems.  Since you already have had 2 traumatic losses please  go ahead for the procedure along with progesterone supplementation.
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As cervical length is 4 cm at 20 week I don't think incompetent os was reason for your previous abortion. Progesterone is good enough
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If it is  a  proved Incompetent  cervix  better go for  cervical  cerclage.
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