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Old 12-27-2004, 07:35 PM   #1
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Can a "dropped" uterus cause problems or extra discomfort during pregnancy?

At my visit to the gyno, she said that my cervex was extremely low into my vagina. She said that at about 2 inches, she could feel it right at my vaginal opening. I have also been told before that I have a prolapsed uterus. Would there be any possiblity of causing problems during pregnancy due to either of these factors involved? For ladies who have had experience with this, what can I expect during pregnancy?

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