Breech Baby Position And Genital Pain To Thighs During 8 Months Of Pregnancy?
, I am pregnant with my second child at the age of 8 months, the position is breech ,, r ntrusions often induce contractions r when the fetus moves until it fails to run sick in the area to the thigh.
Hello Wiya, thank you for your question
Basically, the symptoms experienced during pregnancy with a breech baby are no different from the normal position. Breech babies are babies who will be born (last trimester) in a head-up position so that the buttocks will come out first during delivery through the vagina.
Even though it is not the best position for birth, it does not mean that babies with breech positions cannot be born normally. Be sure to consult an obstetrician first to ensure this. Through an ultrasound examination, the doctor can confirm a variety of breech positions and the possibility of a normal birth. Generally, delivery for breech babies is carried out in a hospital that has a caesarean section to deal with any complications during the normal delivery process.
Regarding your complaint above, entering the 8th month of your pregnancy, you will begin to feel contractions in the uterus, known as false contractions or braxton hicks. Not to worry, these contractions are the initial preparation for childbirth. As gestational age increases, the contractions will become more frequent, until later what you will feel is his or true contractions. Generally, false contractions are relieved by resting on your left side. However, if these contractions are very painful, there is no harm in consulting a gynecologist who usually examines you.
Hope this information is useful