I wouldn't risk it. If they've told you to go to A&E then that's where you should be. The triage nurse might decide you need to be seen quickly, or you might have a long wait, but you should definitely get seen. I wouldn't want to do nothing and then find out that I should have gone in and got a cervical stitch or something.
yes hun i had this, took a trip to the assessment centre in maternity wards and she explained that theres an entrance to the cervix both ends - a ring of muscle just where the water sac rests, then the tubey bit, then another ring of muscle (the bit we think of as our cervix) she said with me, and commonly with second or more babies, the cervix can open a soften a little at the outer end but the inner ring of muscle still holds firm and thats the important bit however, if this is your first and even if its not, go get checked just in case. better safe than sorry. and youll probably get scolded for examining yourself like i did! good luck! xxx
you not ment to be checking if u ask any midwife they would say leave it ... also if this is ur 2nd baby its going be open alittle it will never shut all the way after u have had a baby as long as ur not bleeding or leaking water try not to worry
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