Chances Of A Normal Delivery When The Fetus Weighs 2 Kg?
Ass, I want to ask, I am already pregnant, 30 weeks bbj already 2 kg, is that normal, while my body height is only 143, can I give birth normally, the answer is still …
When gestational age reaches 30 weeks, generally the estimated fetal weight reaches about 1.3 kg with a length of 39 cm. For your condition, you should consult directly with your gynecologist first. In the meantime, until you visit your obstetrician, you must still meet the nutritional needs of pregnant women by consuming healthy and nutritious foods, but you should reduce foods that are too sweet such as cakes / cakes, ice cream, chocolate, and sweet drinks.
Regarding normal delivery, of course there are several criteria that must be met in order to give birth normally, namely:
Power: the strength of uterine contractions and also the pushing force of the mother fetal position, no fetal distress. Psychological mother Whether or not you have a normal delivery depends on the above conditions. We understand your concerns regarding your height which may be related to the condition of your pelvis whether the pelvis is narrow causing head-pelvic disproportion or not. For this, the condition of the pelvis can be checked by a gynecologist by doing an internal examination.
If there are no contraindications to normal delivery, of course the doctor will help you give birth normally. However, if later found there are contraindications to normal delivery, you should follow the recommendations of the treating doctor.
At this point you shouldn't worry too much about labor. You can try sharing with other pregnant women or women who have already given birth. Sharing will help you reduce anxiety about childbirth. In addition, you can also read information about childbirth from books and the internet (try a reliable source).
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Thank you and hope it helps,
dr. Devika Y