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Episode from the podcastSisters in Loss Podcast: Miscarriage, Pregnancy Loss, & Infertility Stories

EP225 - Cervical Insufficency and Second Trimester Miscarriage with Nae Watson

Released Wednesday, 27th October 2021
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Have you heard of the term Cervical Insufficiency?
Cervical insufficiency (also called incompetent cervix) means your cervix opens (dilates) too early during pregnancy, usually without pain or contractions. Contractions are when the muscles of your uterus get tight and then relax. They help push your baby out of your uterus during labor and birth.
Today’s guest experienced 3 second trimester losses due to cervical insufficiency or cervical incompetence.  She experienced her first loss at 6 weeks, another at 18 weeks, then another one at 6 weeks.  Nae Watson wasn’t sure if she would ever get pregnant again and if she did she was hopeful she would bring a baby home.  She was able to conceive again and was put on baby aspirin, progesterone, and had a preventative cerclage (cervical stitch) at 14 weeks.  Nae’s cerclage was taken out at 36 weeks and her baby boy was born the next day.  In this episode, Nae shares how she coped with experiencing multiple miscarriages, how the cerclage saved her son’s life, and how she is blogging about her journey to motherhood.
This episode is for you to listen to if you have experienced miscarriage or cervical insuffiency and are interested in hearing more about cerclage.

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