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Pregnant, in third trimester, have pinkish white mucus. Suspicion of damaged uterus leading to abortion. Will my baby survive?

Hello Doctor I am in my 7th month of pregnancy. suddenly, since from 3 days white-pink mucus is coming out. Consulted the doctor. She told uterus is damaged a bit and there are chances of abortion . She asked me to get admitted to the hospital. What are the next steps. Will my baby be survived? Is there a chance of continuing till a normal delivery? What if it is a premature baby?. Im worried, Please suggest.
Wed, 4 Jul 2012
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It may be that you are in premature uterine contraction .Get admitted and be in bed rest .full evaluation is to be done to decide the course of treatment .If you are not in advanced labour and no leaking membrane the condition may improve with conservative treatment .
It will be best to be unde treatment in an advanced center where the foetus may be taken care of even in premature delivery
worryin will not help you . follow ddoctors advice and get treatment and hope for the best
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