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Internal os opened in 20 week scan
My internal os is seen open in my anomaly scan. It is open in U shape. Doctors said cervical stich is risky as sack will be there in opening. Can this opening gets closed in coming few days if I take bed rest? Report attached.
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Take bed rest and supportive medications
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Take complete bed rest dear as length is good let's hope for the best.
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This is called incompetent cervix. It is a risk factor for premature delivery, therefore you need to be very careful during your pregnancy. NO staining, and go for regular checkups.
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visit your antenatal clinic regularly for foetal monitoring
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Eat healthy
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Not possible u require complete bed rest
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No need to worry about opened internal os your cervical length is sufficient enough just ensure adequate rest throughout the pregnancy
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Strict bed rest with other routine antenatal care
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