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A 22-year-old woman, gravida 2, para 0, at 8 weeks' gestation comes to the physician for a prenatal visit. She has no complaints. Her first pregnancy resulted in a 22-week loss when she presented to her physician with bleeding from the vagina, was found to be fully dilated, and delivered the fetus. Examination of the patient today is unremarkable. She declines to have a cerclage placed. When should this patient begin having regular cervical examinations?
A. 10 weeks
B. 16 weeks
C. 22 weeks
D. 28 weeks
E. 37 weeks





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B


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B



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b




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b






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