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Suffering from incompotent cervix
Hello dr.. I m suffering from incompotent cervix due to this i had 2 preterm misscarage at past...now i m 18 week pregnent i ask dr for cerclage but dr give me progestrone.... Is pregestrone helpful to control preterm... Plz help
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Hi, it is medically proven fact that both cervical cerclage as well as progesterone work, as individual therapy. However you have suffered two losses. This baby is precious. I personally would have gone for both of them combined along with best rest till delivery. However if your doctor chose this, she must have made a wise decision. For more information you can log on to my website www.mygynaecworld.com
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its advisable to get a cervical encerclage done.. progesterone alone may not be enough.. get. TVS done to see cervical length..then get an encerclage done
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