Can A 39-week-old Fetus Not Yet Enter The Pelvis But Already Feel Heartburn?
Night, From the results of ultrasound on Tuesday, chemistry uk39week and the fetus has not entered the pelvis, seen from the shape of the stomach also has not come down and tonight I feel mules2 and blood mucus out. Can the fetus not enter the pelvis but already feel heartburn.
Thank you for the question.
In women who have never given birth, the lowest part of the fetus (usually the head) will generally enter the pelvis at 9 months of pregnancy, or more. Subjectively, the signs that the fetus has entered the pelvis can be observed from a full sensation, a prop, to severe pain around the genitals and buttocks, frequent urination, and difficulty defecating.
Normally, the lowest part of the fetus will indeed enter the pelvis before signs of labor appear. The signs of childbirth in question are labor contractions, discharge of blood or amniotic fluid from the birth canal, and the presence of cervical openings. However, it is not impossible also that these signs of labor appear first without the accompanying fall of the fetus to the pelvis. It is unclear exactly what factors influence this difference.
Presumably, you need to understand, whether the heartburn you feel refers to labor contractions, or just plain fake contractions. If the heartburn feels more intense, more frequent, and the duration is getting longer, then this could indicate labor contractions. You should get yourself checked by a doctor or obstetrician so that a more in-depth evaluation is made and an appropriate treatment measure is taken, is it enough to observe, begin labor preparation, or it may also be necessary to induce labor (such as drug delivery or cesarean section).
At this time, the best thing to do is:
Stay calm, don't worry too much, panic, or worry too much
Set your breath properly
Expand the road, do pregnancy exercises as you can
Do not push, before the doctor ordered
Compress your heartburn pelvic area with warm water
Wear comfortable clothes
Drink and eat enough so that stamina is maintained
Do not carelessly take any medicine or ingredients without consulting a doctor first
Hope this helps ...