Causes And Coping With The Developing Fetus?
Afternoon doctor … I am 41 years old and have been pregnant until 3x and always curettage. Why does every fetus enter the 7th week without developing and finally curettage?
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An undeveloped fetus is usually a layman's term for a blighted ovum (anembryonic gestation). This condition usually occurs due to chromosomal disorders carried by the fertilized egg and / or sperm cell. As a result, the results of fertilization do not develop into an embryo, but only in the form of an empty pregnancy sac, therefore often also referred to as empty pregnancy. Sooner or later, this condition will lead to miscarriage, because the body considers the results of abnormal fertilization as a foreign object that must be removed. Therefore, if there has not been a spontaneous miscarriage, based on various considerations, many doctors will recommend curettage to remove the abnormal fertilization results.
Not yet known exactly what causes blighted ovum. Therefore, it is also unknown what definitive way to prevent it from recurring.
However, you can consult directly with your doctor or obstetrician to find the best solution so that your next pregnancy can go better. Generally, the doctor will guide you and your partner to improve your lifestyle, so that indirectly, can also improve the quality of sperm cells and eggs produced.
Here are some suggestions from us:
Sleep enough for 6 to 8 hours a day
Don't overexert physical activity
Take time to exercise 1 to 2 days in the middle of your activities
Don't overeat eating instant and preserved food
Expand to eat fruits, vegetables, and other nutrient-rich foods
Drink plenty of water
Stay away from cigarettes, alcohol and drugs
Hope this helps ...