Normal Cervical Length during Pregnancy?


The normal cervical length during pregnancy is 3 cm and is expected to shorten as the pregnancy progresses although the normal cervix length is 4 to 5 cm. A very short cervical length is a sign or indicator of preterm birth for pregnant women. Approximately half the length of the cervix is visible with appropriate medical equipment while the rest lies above the vagina and cannot be viewed
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