Brownish Discharge Comes With Fever During 36 Weeks Of Pregnancy.?
Greetings, 2 days ago I had a fever up to the joints all in pain then this blood check because my calves ached pain when walking, especially after squatting and being hit by water, in the afternoon a clear liquid was pouring out from the brownish liquid wetting the cd, was the fluid amniotic? Is it dangerous or not because of the brownish liquid mix ?? (light dark chocolate like mens spots) Thank you
Amniotic fluid is a fluid in the amniotic sac that is composed of water and fetal urine. Amniotic fluid has a variety of functions, namely, resisting collisions / trauma directly to the fetus, preventing infection to the fetus, providing nutrition for the fetus, maintaining ideal temperatures, and assisting lung development. When approaching term pregnancy, amniotic discharge can occur. Generally, ductile rupture occurs during labor, but in some cases can occur before pregnancy.
Some things you can feel when the amniotic fluid comes out are:
The liquid runs down the pants and can go down to the feet. The form is watery, clear or slightly yellowish, normal odorless membranes. However, the abnormal amniotic fluid can be greenish or shaped like thick mud. Excessive water comes out, like a balloon that erupts. Feel like urinating that can not be held To determine whether the fluid that comes out of membranes requires examination by a doctor or midwife. We recommend that if you experience this, you can see an obstetrician. In addition to checking the birth canal area to see whether the fluid is amniotic, the doctor also performs an ultrasound examination to ascertain whether the fetus is still in good condition and whether the amniotic volume in the womb is still adequate or not. In some cases babies must be born with a risk of not having a full term / premature birth, but in some cases if the amniotic discharge is small, it can be maintained until the baby is full term but with an increased risk of infection in the fetus. For things like this, it usually depends on the results of an obstetrician's examination and you can consult further with him. Thus the explanation from me, may be useful.