Does White Mucus Come Out Of The Vagina And The Stomach Feels Tight During 39 Weeks Of Pregnancy Is A Sign Of Childbirth?
I’m pregnant 39 weeks 3 days this morning white mucus out what is a sign of giving birth huh? Usually the interval of how many hours or days doc sometimes stomach is tight but not together with back pain Thanks
Hello, thanks for the question.
Pregnancy is said to be quite months if the gestational age is above 37 weeks to 40 weeks' gestation. At the age of enough months, childbirth should be prepared immediately and the mother should know the signs of labor is imminent. Signs of labor usually begin a few weeks to several days before delivery. Some signs leading up to childbirth include the appearance of false contractions or the missing orubraxton Hicks which usually disappear and usually disappear with activity or movement and last for a few seconds, pain in the back, abdominal pain or cramps, discharge of mucus mixed with blood from the vagina, out of water (a sign of rupture of membranes ), and more frequent urination. Whereas if there is an original contraction, which is an abdominal contraction that is felt more frequently and strongly, does not disappear with activity, spreads to the lower abdomen and back, mucous blood comes out, and water comes out, this indicates that labor is very close, therefore we suggest to immediately visit a hospital or health care center for examination. The objective sign of the commencement of labor is the opening and leveling of the cervix or cervix, in the first pregnancy, cervical opening and leveling can occur longer, can be up to 2 hours every 1 cm, while for the second child and so on the opening of the cervix will be faster, 1 cm per hour. If there is ruptured membranes or water from the vagina without uterine contractions, mucous blood and other signs of childbirth should also continue to visit the doctor, because this condition indicates premature rupture of the membranes and risks to the health of the mother and fetus, the fetus will more easily experience infection and fetal distress. The method of delivery chosen is adjusted to the condition of the mother and the fetus, if there are no complications and complications, normal delivery or vaginal delivery can be done, but if there are complications such as narrow pelvis, fetal distress, umbilical cord twisting, poor maternal contractions, and other complications, delivery by surgery or sectio secaria may be an option. For mothers who have entered gestational age, they should prepare physically, mentally, and financially, as well as place the baby and maternal equipment for labor in one bag and be positioned in an easily accessible place.
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