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what is common procedure when a pregnant patient, at 21 weeks gestation, comes in with hourglassing membranes (incompitent cervix) and minor contractions?
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aemillia posted:
I am this patient, I was refused an emergent cerclage and tocolitics, I was told "they are for emergency only". I held off delivery by being on bed rest, after two days of being forced to walk to the bathroom (in labor and delivery), I was moved to antepartum, where I was finally allowed a bed pan. 8 hours later I was back in l & d where I continued to contact more heavily. I was given norco and even morphine for contraction pain... I delivered my 14 oz baby boy at 6:50 am, he lived for four hours before passing. I am very hurt and I feel like my medical treatment was lacking, please help in any advice you can provide, thank you
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