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Forum Name: Obstetrics
Question: woman with two holes in there cervix
|Honey Bee Fairy - Thu Dec 03, 2009 11:36 pm||
What does it mean to have two holes in a womans cervix and how does this affect a pregnant woman who is 37 weeks pregnant?what are the concerns?would having two holes in your cervix be considered abnormal and are there any health risks related to having 2 holes in your cevix.does having two holes in your cervix affect sexual activity?
|Debbie Miller, RN - Wed Jul 14, 2010 7:03 pm||
This is a deviation which occurs in the cell division process. Sometimes women have two of other organs such as uterus as well. You did not mention if you have other duplication such as a septate uterus.
This should not interfere with sexual activity as the cervix is at the top of the vagina. Whether or not it affects your delivery will have to be determined by your doctor. Most likely one opening is connected to the uterus and I would not expect a problem with the other but your doctor would have to determine this, possibly at the time of delivery. Since this is an older post, perhaps you will be able to update us. The fact that you reached this stage in your gestation suggests a good outcome.
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