Causes Of Weak Hands And Heart Rate In Fetuses Aged 7 Months?
? I want to ask my sister when she was 7 months old, she went to the doctor and the doctor said that if the baby’s hand is invisible, the heartbeat will also weaken, so what? Are there any abnormalities or defects in the baby?
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Regarding what you have said, it can be caused by a congenital defect. However, this needs further examination. As an examination conducted on amniotic fluid to detect chromosomal abnormalities.
Before conducting such an examination, it is important for you to know that the ultrasound examination is highly operator dependent. Flying hours and science are very influential on the results of the examination. For that, you should consult again with an obstetrician who is an expert in that field, namely a fetomaternal obstetrician that you can meet at the hospital.
This is because, it does not seem that certain body parts on the fetus can be due to the position of the fetus so that it is difficult to be caught on ultrasound examination through the abdominal wall. No need to worry at this time. Think positive. Because the number of birth defects without hands is very small. Hopefully the fetus in your womb is in good health.
Because it is associated with a weak heartbeat, you should immediately consult a fetomaternal obstetrician. However, if you don't find it, you should immediately consult another obstetrician for a second opinion. Because this is a fetal distress. Especially if accompanied by fetal movements are not felt, abdominal pain such as uterine contractions, bleeding even though only spots or water-out.
Thus hopefully useful.