What to Expect After Cervical Cerclage? Center

Immediately after the cervical cerclage procedure, you can expect spotting or light bleeding, minor abdominal cramps, and pain while passing urine for a few days. This is followed by a white vaginal discharge that lasts throughout the pregnancy. Your doctor will give you analgesics to alleviate the surgical pain. Read more: What to Expect After Cervical Cerclage? Article


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