35 Weeks Of Pregnancy, The Position Of The Baby Across The Umbilical Cord And Entangled?
Hello doctor, I am a 24 year old woman. Pregnancy of the first child with gestational age 35week. The last control was last week at 34 weeks of gestation, the position of the baby was crossed with the umbilical cord wrapped around the neck, the weight of the fetus was 2.3 kg. Dr. Spog suggested a lot of prostrations and pregnancy exercises, I have done it. However, for the last few days, the pain in the lower abdomen has gone on and on, even if you walk and stand, it still hurts a little. nIs it safe to keep doing the knee-chest movement / rebozzo technique? n Are there any chances for a normal delivery? nThank you for your attention.
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Pregnancy at 35 weeks is a gestational age where in a few weeks you will have to go through labor. Of course, normal delivery is the desire of many mothers. In general, the baby's position will continue to change until it reaches week 34, and usually at week 36, the position can settle. Normal delivery can generally be done when the baby's head is down without any other complications. Therefore, if at week 34 the position of the baby's head is not yet under the doctor, the obstetrician will suggest several positions that can help you and your fetus so that the baby's position can be straight with the head down. So that before 34 weeks of gestation, you don't have to worry too much about your baby's position.
Regarding the chances of having a normal delivery, it will usually be re-evaluated after the 36th week of pregnancy. Therefore, your obstetrician will usually advise you to control and evaluate the pregnancy and the position of the baby, usually the position of the baby will remain at week 36. So that in that week you will also discuss planning for labor, whether the delivery can be done normally or by cesarean section. If the position of the head is down at the 36th week and there are no other complications, the doctor will most likely recommend that you perform normal labor.
The following article is about: Tips for Normal Childbirth
At 35 weeks of gestation and entering the 36th week of gestation several symptoms can appear including lower abdominal pain and pelvic pain, pain or discomfort in the lower part of the body and pelvis. This is usually due to the baby's position getting lower and putting pressure on the area. around your pelvis.
However, back pain, abdominal pain, or stomach cramps such as during premenstruation can also be a sign of labor, so it is necessary to be aware if this occurs before the due date of birth is close. The following are signs when childbirth is imminent, namely:
Experiencing fake contractions
Low back pain, abdominal pain or stomach cramps especially the lower part
Hard to sleep
The discharge of water from the birth canal is a sign of rupture of the amniotic fluid
Discharge mixed with blood from the vagina
The frequency of urination increases
Or you can read the next article about: Recognizing the Signs of Childbirth or Childbirth. If you experience these symptoms, you should consult a doctor or midwife who has monitored your condition. Or if you experience rupture of water, hurry to the hospital immediately.
And to ascertain the cause of peurt pain in you, you should consult your obstetrician again, to ascertain whether the pain that arises is normal pain that occurs at 36 weeks of gestation due to lower fetal movements or is the pain due to other things, so that later the doctor You will provide a solution whether the movement should be stopped or can be continued.
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