Post # 1
Hey bees Im so worried and scared I might lose my baby Im almost 11 weeks due in April 2014. Last night I was bleeding alot and I thought I lost the baby so I was rushed to the hospital later that night I found out the baby was still there. The doctor did an ultrasound and the baby heart beat was still beating. However she did a pelvic exam on me and I am 2 cm open in my cervix they did some blood work and it was normal…the doctor did say I can lose the baby I was sooo upset she didn’t give me any hope. I have a next follow up appointmen for a transvaginal ultrasound on Monday at the early pregnancy clinic. I hope there still a heart beat. Right now im on bed rest. Im just curious have any you bees have gone through this please share your experience.
Post # 3
I haven’t been through this situation, I just wanted to send you positive thoughts. I hope everything turns out ok.
Post # 4
This sounds similar to what one of my aunts experienced. I’m not exactly sure of the medical terms or anything but they found that her cervix were unable to hold together, the cervic would open thus not allowing her to carry a baby. Once the doctors realized it they did something (sorry, not 100% sure) but I want to say they put in a stitch or something to hold her cervix together that let her carry to term. She ended up having three babies once they figured out how to manage her cervix issue. Sorry I don’t know more specifics. I am wishing you the best!!!
Post # 5
I’m sorry you are going through this.
Post # 6
I am so sorry you’re having to go through this. The good news is, though, that your baby’s heart is still beating – that is a wonderful and very hopeful sign.
Sending loving thoughts and prayers your way. I hope all goes well for you!!
Post # 7
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@Serey: I’m so sorry you’re oging through this! It sounds very scary. I believe my maternal grandmother went through something similar with her last 2 pregnancies. She had excessive bleeding and they sent her for a D&C without checking first. She insisted that they check and the baby was still there both times. She spent the remainder of the pregnancies on bedrest though. Hopefully they can do something like PPs mentioned where they put a stitch in or something like that!
Post # 8
This sounds similar to something that happened to my aunt. She was hemorraghing and an open cervix. I think it happened a little later in pregnancy.
She had her cervix stitched and then she was placed on bed rest for the rest of her pregnancy… this was 20+ years ago.
Post # 9
@Serey: I am so sorry you are going through this. I know nothing about this situation, but wanted to offer support. Thinking of you and baby 🙂
Post # 10
It sounds like incompetent cervix. They can put a cerclage (stitch in the cervix) in to try and prevent further dilation.
All of my thoughts are with you!
Post # 11
Sending lots of love and positive thoughts your way!
Post # 12
@misshydra: This is exactly what I was going to say … I’m surprised they didn’t even give OP that option … My cousin went thru this as well and that’s what she did both pregnancies
Post # 13
Update thank you bees for all your kind words. A couple of days ago I went in for transvaginal ultrasound and I got my results back yesterday so I went in to see my high risk obstetician and I have some great wonderful news my cervix is now completely closed on its own thank goodness and baby is healthy and fine.
Post # 14
Here is my latest ultrasound photo of baby done last friday 🙂
Post # 15
Sending positive thoughts and e-hugs! ♥
Post # 16
@Serey: I am happy to see that this story had a positive outcome!