Rarely is there a risk of pregnancy in the cervix, although examinations can help a lot in preventing premature birth. Most doctors routinely check the cervix, but few expectant mothers know exactly what and why.
Cervical change during pregnancyA specialist can help you find your way around the question: when and how to examine how the cervix changes during pregnancy?
Where's the crib?The cervix is the underside of the cervix that connects the vagina and the cervix. The sleeve is covered by the outside, the cushion is covered by the inner lining. Dr. Gullai Nurra, Rozsert Garden Medical Center Specialist in Breastfeeding, emphasizes that, ideally, the neck should be closed and the length of the cervix should be close to term during pregnancy (week 37 of pregnancy). If you start shortening or expanding prematurely, there may be a risk of premature birth.
When and how to test the cervix?
The role of the cork plugAt the time of pregnancy, the cervix is a gelatinous substance called the cork. This helps protect the uterus - and the fetus - from infections. The cervical plug usually disappears a few days up to two weeks before childbirth, so you can predict the onset of labor. Some people do not even take it out when they leave the cords; And there are some who experience this only when they are born. If you notice a loss before week 37, and especially if there is a concussion, it is advisable to contact the woman as soon as possible.
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