Does the cervix hold a fetus in place?

Answer Yes. A competent cervix will be narrow and contain a mucus plug. On the other hand, an incompetent cervix can allow premature delivery (miscarriage, or spontaneous abortion) to occur.

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I'm 37 weeks pregnant and have felt inside my cervix I think I'm just 2cm what does the cervix feel like is it ring shaped when will labor start I have mild period cramps?

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If your 12dpo with soft cervix n cervix looks a little blue and is open and egg white fluid are you pregnant?

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Why a 7 month old fetus has more chance to survive after premature delivery than an 8 months old fetus?

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