4th Pregnancy With A History Of Miscarriage For 2 Times?
I want to ask. I am 4 months pregnant. I am 34 years old. I am pregnant for the 6th with a history of 2 miscarriages. 1 x giving birth. I died because of drinking amniotic fluid. My labor has always been delayed 3 times, so my water is cloudy.. How can I give birth earlier/just as expected…
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Disorders in pregnancy are very broad, ranging from miscarriage, undeveloped fetus, bacterial or viral infection, premature or postmature birth (after 40-42 weeks), bleeding, and other complications. This abnormal pregnancy condition is triggered by various things, among the risk factors for abnormalities in pregnancy are:
Too many pregnancies (more than 5), too close together (less than 2 years apart), too young (under 20 years), too old (above 35 years) increase the chance of disruption during pregnancy
Lack of hygiene increases the risk of viral and bacterial infections
Cigarette smoke and pollution
Consumption of drugs that are not safe for pregnant women
Have a history of abnormalities in previous pregnancies
Stress, lack of sleep, too much physical activity or fatigue
Exposure to radiation such as x-rays
Miscarriage, stillbirth and cloudy membranes due to the baby being in the womb for too long are actually different conditions and can be discussed more specifically one by one, but all three can occur because of the above conditions. So our advice, it is important for you to always check your pregnancy with an obstetrician, especially with your pregnancy history so far.
By checking your pregnancy with a gynecologist, you can find out the condition of your baby through ultrasound and if there are abnormalities, they can be detected and treated early. By knowing your previous pregnancy history, your obstetrician will also pay more attention to your health condition so that he may be able to provide more specific taboos according to the results of the examination later.
Meanwhile, what you can do to treat your pregnancy now is to adopt a healthy lifestyle by increasing the consumption of vegetables and fruit, getting enough sleep at night, avoiding stress, avoiding taking drugs, herbs or other supplements without a doctor's advice, staying away from cigarette smoke and pollution, and regular exercise suitable for pregnant women. Also read our article by clicking on the following link about Caring for Pregnancy, Healthy Pregnancy and Maintaining Pregnancy. Hope your pregnancy and delivery goes well.
So, hopefully useful.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa