Fetal Movements Are Still Felt In The Middle Of The Navel Even Though It Has Entered The Pelvis?
Hello … I was 38 weeks pregnant. One week ago I had an ultrasound pregnancy. According to the doctor, the head position was down. what part of the fetal organ is that ?? the problem is that the fetal movement from the first is the same which always pops up and is hard on the left.
Hello Fee, Thank you for the question.
A developing fetus in the uterus will be protected by amniotic fluid. Amniotic fluid allows the fetus to float and move in the womb. This ease of movement causes the pregnant woman to feel the movement of the baby being moved around. As the baby grows, the space in the uterus to move is getting smaller and the baby will be increasingly limited so that usually pregnant women will feel the baby's movements in more or less the same place. Because of the limitations of this space, the baby's movements will also be felt more slowly.
The position of the baby in the womb is generally in a curled position (fetal position). Can you imagine if according to the results of the ultrasound the baby's head is under and the baby's position is curled, then the baby's movements that you feel around your stomach may be the movements of the baby's hands or feet. If according to ultrasound, your baby's position is with the head down, then you don't need to worry because the baby's position can only be ascertained by ultrasound, not by feeling the baby's movements.
Don't forget to prepare your labor needs, bearing in mind your current pregnancy. Don't forget to clean the house to prepare for the baby's presence. Equally important is for you to get enough rest and practice the technique of launching labor.
Hopefully this information is useful.