27 Weeks Gestation But The Position Of The Fetus Below The Navel?
Night nI want to ask nCurrently I am 27 weeks pregnant .. nBut why is my fetus still below the navel? With the normal position of my fetus? nMhn the answer is .. Thanks
At 27 weeks of gestation there is still growth and weight gain of the baby in the womb, the position of the baby in the womb at this gestational age can still change. Naturally, at this gestational age, the position of the fetus has not yet entered the pelvis, usually the fetal position will remain at a gestational age above 38 weeks, and before delivery, the head position usually drops further and enters the pelvic door. The ideal fetal position for normal delivery is the head down. Other possible positions are the breech position or the lower part of the buttocks, or the transverse position, which is the transverse position of the baby. The position of the fetus will still be able to change while in the womb and this is normal. Perform routine examinations as directed to assess the condition of the fetus and the health condition of the mother. Examination is recommended at least once per trimester 1 and 2, and 2x in trimester 3 or if there are complaints. Towards the due date of delivery do control or checkups more frequently 2 weeks or once a week. Can carry out normal labor or not depending on the results of the last condition examination and whether there are factors that complicate it or not, such as umbilical cord twists, the location of the baby, low placenta, etc. You should not do massage or massage the stomach to change the position of the baby because it will have a dangerous impact, namely the occurrence of premature contractions that can trigger preterm labor where the fetus is not ready to live outside the womb. Take care of the mother's health and keep the condition not too tired, get enough rest, eat nutritious food, and carry out routine controls / checks.
The following article you can read is breech, the fetus moves to the right
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