7-month Pregnant Women Feel Tightness And Fetal Weight Of Only 900 Grams?
Hello, my doctor is already 7 Months Pregnant, yesterday ultrasound fetal weight results 900gram And from the bottom of the doctor said my baby is small And I was examined shortness of breath the doctor’s bright spot for the weight of my child And the epidermis … and I do not daily shortness of breath when eating satiety And tired walking and sitting for long What is a weak heart? Please help with the explanation
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your feelings. The problem here is, we cannot correct your doctor because we do not have you examined directly. On one hand, if your doctor only assesses your complaints, your heart may actually not be weak. But on the other hand, if you doubt the diagnosis of a weak heart just because the tightness is not continuous, pregnant women normally should not even be crowded.
So regarding this weak heart, we recommend that you consult your obstetrician or cardiologist at another hospital for a second opinion. Ask to have an ECG, ECG, USG or other safe examination for pregnant women to confirm the state of your heart. If this second doctor also states that, then even though you feel fine, the reality is that your heart has problems from the results of the examination. Your treatment in the future will be discussed later by these doctors.
Then regarding the placenta under and your child's weight, this also requires a serial examination. You must be disciplined in checking yourself to an obstetrician whose advice at the age of 7-8 months is once every 2 weeks, or it can be more frequent if requested by the doctor. From this examination can be assessed, whether there is movement of the placenta, and how the weight gain of the fetus. If the drainage continues below, you may have to undergo a cesarean section and if the fetus is still having a hard time gaining weight, you should consume more highly nutritious food.
Meanwhile, no need to worry too much, avoid cigarettes and alcohol, limit physical activity, avoid taking any drugs without doctor's advice, taking vitamins and pregnancy supplements as recommended, avoid sexual intercourse first, get adequate rest, and check yourself. So, hopefully answering your question.