What length should cervix be during pregnancy?
Between 16-24 weeks, the cervical length is usually between 35 and 48 mm. A short cervix is defined as being less than 25 mm in length before 24 weeks. By 32-34 weeks, the cervix normally starts to soften and shorten, so by the mid-to-late third trimester, it's normal to have a cervical length of less than 3 cm.
Why am I so wet in my pants?
Wetness may also just be your body's way of maintaining balance. For the most part, you have nothing to worry about. If it's not lubrication, it could be your sweat glands or where you are in your cycle. When it comes to your sweat glands, your vulva has numerous sweat and oil glands that keep your vagina wet.
What are the Down syndrome markers on ultrasound?
Certain features detected during a second trimester ultrasound exam are potential markers for Down's syndrome, and they include dilated brain ventricles, absent or small nose bone, increased thickness of the back of the neck, an abnormal artery to the upper extremities, bright spots in the heart, 'bright' bowels, mild