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Threatened Miscarriage

A threatened miscarriage is usually not related to vulvar vestibulitis and other cervical disorders. The older the baby, the less the chances are for a pregnancy loss. If the baby is alive, yet is in danger, a doctor will likely send you home and observe the currency of the pregnancy. An ultrasound may help to determine whether you have miscarried or not. A threatened miscarriage is usually not related to vulvar vestibulitis and other cervical disorders.

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Threatened Miscarriage

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Vulvar Vestibulitis, Cervical

It is essential to contact a doctor for examination. Pelvic pain may also indicate a threat to the baby. This condition is referred to patients who report bleeding during pregnancy that comes out from the vaginal areas and is sometimes accompanied with clots. A threatened miscarriage is usually not related to vulvar vestibulitis and other cervical disorders.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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