At 19.6 weeks pregnant I miscarried my son Nolan. I didn\'t need a D&C because I went into labor and delivered and the placenta came out. Today I went to the doctor for my follow up appointment she said everything looked ok now but she is sending me to a maternal Fetal Medicine specialist. She said she wanted some tests done. She thinks I have a incompetent cervix. Has anyone else had an experince like this and what do I have to expect?
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