Gestational Age 32-33 Weeks Have An Enlarged Bowel In The Fetus?
Good morning. Let me introduce you to Rikafi from Riau. I want to ask. What causes intestinal enlargement in the fetus ..? How to overcome it ?? Can you give birth normally ?? Explanation please.
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Having a history of obstetrician examination where the fetus in the womb has an enlarged intestine, the possibility of your baby's birth process is possible with a cesarean delivery, especially if found the amount of excess amniontic fluid that triggers the risk of preterm labor. However, because at this time you are 32 weeks pregnant, the labor process still requires further evaluation at a few weeks of your pregnancy. The risk of interruption during pregnancy and the risk of premature birth can be at risk of a normal pregnancy plan. An evaluation of the clinical condition of the pregnant woman and an evaluation of the condition of the fetus for the next few weeks and before labor will be a consideration for the doctor to plan your delivery as best as possible. Therefore, you should focus more on maintaining your health condition during this pregnancy until your next delivery and undergoing routine control to your obstetrician as your doctor recommends.
Related to the condition of fetal intestinal enlargement, this can be triggered by several conditions, such as:
1. the existence of intestinal obstruction
2. not forming the intestine or anus
3. weakness of the nervous system that works in the intestine
4. There is an abnormal relationship between the intestine and other hollow organs
Regular consultation with your obstetrician and also consulting with a pediatric surgeon will help find out the cause of the condition you are having and also know the best delivery plan for you and your fetus. Periodic evaluations during pregnancy will be an evaluative step in the development and growth of your fetus and identification of other risk factors. Therefore, you should discuss it directly with your obstetrician, because your doctor better understands your clinical condition and your current pregnancy condition.
For now, if you feel any accompanying complaints that are bothering you, you can submit them directly to your obstetrician. And if you consult with your doctor, you should ask and know the signs that need to be aware of, so that you realize it and immediately see your doctor. Also avoid physical fatigue and excessive thought burdens.
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