My daughter delivered her daughter at 19 and 1/2 weeks last year Aug. 18th. They said it was incompetant cervix. She is Now 18 and 1/2 weeks pregnant for the second time with a boy. They told her now that a pathology report on the placenta showed she had a clotting disorder and that might have caused her to lose Ariana. Well she does have something called Mthfr or like that. She takes a daily pill,baby aspirin and I give her a shot in her belly daily for this. We saw the blood doctor he said there was no signs of clotting in the placenta so now I wonder if the new dr is saying this because he doesn't believe in the cerclage. She had an ultrasound yesterday and it showed a low lying placenta. They say as the womb grows It should rise up. It is blocking the baby from coming down and the cervix from opening but it can cause bleeding. She has had no bleeding except for the occasional old blood(very small amount) when she gets a bacterial infection. The only thing keeping me sane at this point is my faith in God and that he won't let this happen again. So my question is if anyone knows anything good or bad about these things can you please share it with me?
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