Hi Doop, i have read of some women having 5/6 miscarriages and still able to have kids. Dont give up!
There is heartbeat but the internal cervix
is weak from her previous miscarry and they cannot perform a cerclage (a stitch of cervix to keep baby in basically). Im asking if this can possibly re-close, or if later in pregnancy
(as its so early at week 8/9) if a cerclage will be done then. When that is done 90 p cent lead to successful births. With a weak and opening internal cervix (they call them incompetent) that is damaged, and so cannot be stitched, I expect I will have to prepare her for the worst (very delicately - but not saying never). It is very rare for an internal cervix once its starts to open to not continue doing so. As the baby increases in size it may be too much for the weak cervix to hold. She remains on bed rest
. They liken it to a pressure on a weak point, like a water balloon, that eventually bursts and the live fetus falls through. Horrible thought and moreso if it happens later as i becomes more developed. Natures way i guess. If baby is ok it will be quite amazing - as its very easy to always think the worst will happen for it based just on what you read.