I don't have my first prenatal visit until Oct 13 so I can ask my midwife or dr then.
Patient's medical history did not reveal any known neurological or urological condition.
She was treated with an indwelling catheter and intravenous cephalosporin for 3 d but showed little improvement.
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Submucous fibroids those that project into the uterine cavity and change its shape and intracavitary fibroids those within the uterine cavity are more likely to cause a miscarriageÂ than intramural fibroids fibroids within the uterine wall or subserosal fibroids fibroids outside the uterine wall.
After the first trimester, your uterus will have grown so large that it won't be tilted one way or another.