Bleeding During Pregnancy?
I want to ask yesterday I went to check up at the clinic to check the pregnancy in 31 weeks because there was blood coming out and also the vaginal discharge often hurts but just a little while the midwife said her baby was small if there was no change in 1 week in a letter of introduction
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Bleeding during pregnancy is a sign that there are problems in pregnancy. If it occurs at the gestational age before delivery, it can be caused by several conditions, namely:
1. Placental abruption, i.e. Begin to release the placenta from the uterine wall.
2. Placenta Previa, which is a placenta that is located at the bottom (nearing or covering the birth canal).
3. Vasa Previa, namely the amniotic vessels that run on the birth canal, so that if there is a rupture of the membranes will be followed by a rupture of blood vessels, so that bleeding occurs.
Abdominal pain can be caused by uterine contractions. Uterine contractions before the time of labor arrives is an abnormal condition that can threaten the fetus to be born at a less than a month. However, abdominal pain can also be caused by things not related to pregnancy.
Leucorrhoea in pregnant women often occurs. However, if excessive can cause premature rupture of membranes. This of course also can lead to the possibility of labor less months or premature.
Meanwhile, a fetus that is less than the size of the fetus should be based on gestational age, called intrauterine growth restriction or a slow-growing fetus. The causes of the fetus to grow slowly include:
1. Mother's weight before pregnancy is low, which is less than 45 kg.
2. Not fulfilled nutritional needs during pregnancy.
3. The presence of chromosomal abnormalities.
4. Mothers smoke or drink alcohol.
5. Mother's hypertension during pregnancy.
6. Twin pregnancy.
7. Amniotic amount of water is small.
Your pregnancy is now a risky pregnancy. Your pregnancy should be under the supervision of a gynecologist, especially a fetomaternal doctor. You can ask for a cover letter to address the doctor if you have one.
Some things you should do right now are:
1. Think positive.
2. Inadequate nutritional needs during pregnancy.
3. Get enough rest.
4. Avoid work, especially heavy work.
5. Manage stress well.
6. Thus hopefully useful.