Fear During Pregnancy After Experiencing Preterm Labor.?
I want to ask … I was born twice the first premature 25/30 weeks ago and now I am positively pregnant even though I am vague “my question will it be repeated huh
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Premature birth can be caused by several factors, ranging from maternal health, problems in pregnancy, or from the fetus itself. Previous history of preterm birth can be one component of risk factors for premature birth in subsequent pregnancies, this is generally related to the same problems that occur again, but if the problem can be resolved, generally the birth of premature birth does not recur. Some possible causes include:
Maternal health factors:
Chronic diseases, such as kidney or heart disease
There are infections, such as urinary tract infections, amniotic fluid infections, and vaginal infections
The inability of the cervix to close during pregnancy
Smoking habits before and during pregnancy
Never experienced premature birth before
Abnormalities or decreased function of the placenta
Deformity of the placenta
The placenta is released prematurely
Too much amniotic fluid
Premature rupture of membranes
Factors involving the fetus:
Blood disorders in the fetus
Therefore, to prevent premature birth, you should carry out regular and regular checks and controls with obstetricians to be able to do early detection and appropriate treatment if found obstacles during pregnancy.
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