Causes Of Swelling Of The Large Intestine Of The Fetus At 28 Weeks Of Pregnancy?
I’m 28 weeks pregnant, the doctor said that there was dilation (swelling) in the large intestine of my fetus.rnrnCan it be cured before he was born?? and what should I do for example food or drink that is recommended and prohibited to be consumed ??rnthank you
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Dilatation, dilation, or swelling of the large intestine of the fetus can occur due to several things, including blockage in the digestive tract, digestive nerve disorders, abnormalities in the digestive tract, until one of the rarest is a cyst, which according to research appears in 1 in 2000 pregnancies. .
What we want to convey is that the possible causes of this condition in your baby are very diverse, and it is the doctor who examines you best who knows.
Then regarding whether it can be cured before birth, among the above possibilities, doctors will generally increase vigilance in your pregnancy, by regularly controlling amniotic fluid levels and trying to avoid premature birth as best as possible. After your child is born, then do the treatment such as surgery.
Likewise with food and drink restrictions, so far there is actually no evidence that certain foods and drinks, which if avoided can improve the condition of the dilation of the large intestine of the fetus in the womb. But of course, you should still discuss this with your doctor, because he or she knows what is causing your child's colon enlargement. Hope your pregnancy and delivery goes well.
So, hopefully useful.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa