Fetal Movement Is More Pronounced In The Upper Right At 7 Months Of Gestation?
ass..slmt mlm. r nsy I want this. my wife hmil has penetrated the age of 7 months before the fetal movement feels a lot before the top right, what are the signs ?? then where is the MPA position? mhn the explanation.
Hello M Mochtar,
One indicator of fetal well-being that the mother can feel is fetal movement. Fetal movement can also be one way to help predict the position of the fetal extremities. Fetal movement that is more often felt in the upper right abdomen means that the fetal limbs are positioned to the right of the abdomen.
This means that the fetus's hands, feet, or knees can be found in the upper right abdomen. The position of the fetus can still change and generally only settles after a pregnancy of more than 36 weeks.
To determine the position of the fetal head, it can not only be from the movement of the fetus that is felt by the mother, but a physical examination must be carried out by a doctor or midwife (usually looking for the fetus's back and limbs). In addition, to ensure the position of the fetus, the obstetrician can perform an ultrasound. With ultrasound, you can see the position of the fetus and also the condition of the fetus more completely.
I suggest that you carry out regular pregnancy control once a month so that the condition of the fetus is always well monitored. For now, you also don't need to worry about the position of the fetus's head because it can still change very much until the gestational age is full term or until the fetus starts to enter the pelvis.
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Thank you and hope it helps,
dr. Devika Y