Fetal Movement 34 Weeks Gestational Age?
my obstetrical age is 34w6d 8 months, right … the baby’s movements under the navel and then around the navel are like tickling rheumatic pain … then above the navel is hard, the app will sit as soon as it kicks towards the bone gt … that’s 7 months ago, we have a lower level … What movements do I feel now still head down or what …?
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In the third trimester, especially if it is nearing delivery, it is important for pregnant women to monitor the development of pregnancy every 2 weeks.
The position of the head below with the body above is the normal position of the fetus that should occur when approaching labor. If the position of the breech baby or the position of the fetal head is in the upper part of the uterus, of course this will complicate the labor process and increase complications during labor.
The older the gestational age, usually fetal movement will be less to be felt due to limited uterine space due to the size and weight of the fetus that increases. Fetal movements can be felt randomly, in the sense that it can be felt on various sides of the mother's abdomen, depending on the position or location of the fetus. If the fetus's back is on the right side, usually the mother will feel more movement in the upper left and lower abdomen of the mother. Vice versa.
To find out the location of the fetus, it is highly recommended that you check yourself at the nearest midwife so that the fetal position is known through a manual examination. The examination can also find out whether the baby's head has entered the door on the stage or not, this can be a marker that the baby is ready to come out of the womb according to the estimated time of birth. Ultrasound / ultrasound examination will give a clearer picture related to the condition of your fetus, fetal location, estimated exact time of birth, gestational age, amniotic fluid volume and various other indicators related to your pregnancy. Therefore, conducting an examination to an obstetrician is also highly recommended.
To keep your pregnancy healthy, get enough rest, consume healthy and nutritious food, take part in pregnancy exercises and breathing exercises before delivery. Avoid cigarettes, alcohol consumption and strenuous activities.
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