Blood Spots Come Out At 36 Weeks Pregnant?
I want to ask… I’m 36 weeks pregnant with my 2nd child, on Thursday yesterday I had pain in my lower abdomen and cramps in my back and I felt like giving birth.. Then I checked with the midwife and took a deep test or check for word opening. After opening 1, I rushed to the hospital, I wanted to give birth until I arrived at the hospital. I was bleeding quite a lot.. Then when I got to the hospital, I checked in again. The opening test again was still opening 1, so more blood came out.. at night the contractions are not frequent.. I want to be given a stimulant, I don’t want to. In the afternoon, I checked inside again and it was still the same as opening 1, at night I didn’t bleed anymore.. but when I was urinating, there was quite a lot of blood coming out like a clot too.. I’m scared.. at night I want to be taken thanks for the stimulant medicine, I also refused. I wanted to have an ultrasound first, I said.. after the ultrasound my child wasn’t enough if I wanted to give birth.. so the doctor said it’s up to you if you want to give birth, we will give you a stimulant if you want to wait for the natural one to come home for a week again or in 2 weeks, it can only be 37 weeks of delivery, the best baby said doker.a.. but what I want to ask is why am I still bleeding.. from Thursday to Friday today.. when I checked which opening 4 times check.. it hurts a lot.. is that a sign that I’m going to bleed when I’m about to give birth, can I lose blood in 5 days, will it affect my fetus, please answer
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. With the gestational age of 36 weeks, then you have entered the third trimester of pregnancy and your uterus has started preparing to give birth to your child. Bleeding through the vagina or birth canal that occurs at this time, especially if it comes out continuously, can indicate a condition that requires further treatment, including:
Placenta previa. This is a condition in which the placenta lies low enough in your uterus, and partially or completely covers the birth canal.
Placental abruption/dissolution. This is a condition in which the placenta separates from its attachment to your uterus and causes dangerous bleeding.
Vasa previa. This condition is very rare, with the developing baby's blood vessels passing through the birth canal.
Sexual intercourse that is too hard to cause injury to the cervix
Our advice, even if your doctor advises you for a follow-up 1-2 weeks more, but that is for the birth. If the bleeding you are experiencing now makes you feel weak, pale, in unbearable pain, or the blood is flowing profusely, immediately go to the emergency room of the nearest hospital without having to wait for control. Heavy bleeding may affect the flow of oxygen and nutrients to your fetus.
Meanwhile, avoid strenuous activity, sexual intercourse, stress, and increase the consumption of water, vegetables, fruit and rest. Hope your pregnancy and delivery goes well.
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dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa