Cervical Pessary and Vaginal Progesterone in Twin Pregnancies with a Short Cervix

By on January 20, 2017

For twin pregnancies with a short cervix, the addition of a cervical pessary to vaginal progesterone is associated with prolonged pregnancy and reduced risk of adverse neonatal outcomes. A large randomized trial should be performed to verify these retrospective findings.

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