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Stinging cervix in early pregnancy, I am worried

Hello, I am writing this message because I feel I have a very valid worry.. I am pregnant , Took several pregnancy tests and all came out positive, Everything has been going fine but lately today it feels like my cervix is stinging and there s alot of discomfort associated with it. I don t have health insurance at the moment because I had a miscarriage a few months ago and I was denied for coverage.. I m not sure if this stinging is normal or if it is a cause for concern, The thing I am most worried about is if I m having another miscarriage. I haven t had any type of cramping it s just the stinging.
Asked On : Fri, 21 May 2010
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Thanks for the query

It is hard for me to tell what exactly is the problem, but i can think of cystitis.
Please look out for bleeding per vagina, and leaking PV.
I wont be able to tell u anything more than this
PLease see a gynaec as this pregnancy looks imp to u

Have a healthy life
Answered: Sun, 11 Sep 2011
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