Fluid In The Womb When 5 Weeks Pregnant?
Hey I want to ask, right now I am 5 weeks pregnant and there is fluid in the uterus that is stated as if there is an infection in, and it is recommended to take antibiotics and be given a booster. Whether the liquid can interfere with pregnancy ??
Hello Mareta, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Introduce me Dr. Rio will try to answer your question.
Previously, what I want to make sure to you is whether you have your obstetric check-up directly to an obstetrician, and have an ultrasound done, or do it by other health workers such as midwives, nurses, paramedics. If you have not previously done an ultrasound by an obstetrician, then you should confirm this directly to the experts.
In early pregnancy / early trismester the amniotic fluid / amniotic fluid should not be formed much. In the first 12 weeks of pregnancy there is 60 mL of amnion, 16 weeks there are 175 mL, and will continue to increase until the final trimester is around 400-1,200 mL at 34-38 weeks.
Upnormal amnoin discharge in pregnancy is usually caused by an infection. An infection during pregnancy that occurs in the mother and the womb if not handled properly can be dangerous, the condition of the fetus itself can be hampered by its development, or even fall. Some infections during pregnancy that can be dangerous include:
Toxoplasmosis. Chicken pox. Rubella. Cytomegalo virus (CMV). Hepatitis. Genital Herpes From some of the above diseases, some are asymptomatic and will only be discovered at the time of examination by a doctor. Immediately consult an obstetrician to find out the exact cause and the right treatment.
Right now what you can do is:
Get plenty of rest and limit activity, especially in the early trismester pregnancy. Avoid having sex too often, during pregnancy. Consumption of drugs after the indication and dosage from the doctor. Evaluate your pregnancy routinely and periodically at least once a month in the first and second trimester, on the eve of birth 2 weeks. Consumption of multivitamins such as volatile acids, iron, vitamin C, etc. that doctors regularly recommend. Avoid abdominal massage during pregnancy. Avoid smoking and drinking alcohol. That's all the answers from me, hopefully always healthy.
Thank you :)