Already Opening 1, But The Gestational Age Is Not Enough?
Today, I was hospitalized for the second day. R nThe first day of admission was confirmed to be opened 1. r nTypical I was given, so keep it first so don’t come back because it’s not yet old, and dr. While giving me the treatment, the fluid leached out during that time, because there was anything wrong with the mother and the fetus …
Hello, thank you for your question.
Of the events you described, postponement due to gestational age was not done enough to avoid premature labor. Preterm labor is delivery that occurs before the gestational age is sufficient (term), namely before 37 weeks of gestation. Premature birth certainly poses a risk to the baby's health condition so it should be avoided as much as possible.
Treatment for preterm birth itself is divided into 2, namely handling before the baby is born and handling after the baby is born. If the contractions occur earlier in labor, the doctor will give you medicine to stop the contractions and relieve the pain you feel. Steroid injections are also given to reduce the risk of complications in babies born prematurely. However, if efforts to postpone preterm birth have been made but are unsuccessful and the baby is still born prematurely, special care is given to babies who are in intensive care for a certain period of time.
If at this time your doctor decides to postpone pregnancy, then that decision will certainly be made after the doctor has done enough examination and consideration. Doctors must have considered the benefits and disadvantages of this medical procedure. If you need more detailed information about the medical condition of your pregnancy, don't hesitate to ask the doctor who examined you and is currently treating you.
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