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    An_248782 posted:
    does anyone know if its normal for the cervix to already be a fingertip at 25 weeks?
    BeautifullyBlessed responded:
    oh wow...I'm not sure.

    Did they find out during a routine check up that you were dilated?

    What did the dr say?
    An_248782 replied to BeautifullyBlessed's response:
    my doc told me to go over to labor and delivery because i was having pains in my side and dizziness so when they was doing cultures she also checked my cervix and told the nurse i was a fingertip round and bout fingertip thick...just nervous if i should already be dialating this early... i see my doc the 7th

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