Have Not Felt Heartburn And The Baby Entered The Pelvis At 39 Weeks Of Gestation?
I want it, I’m 39 weeks pregnant, but there’s still no heartburn and the midwife’s word, the baby has entered the hip but it’s a little bit, but not all,? r n1. can i be born normally? r n r n2. How do you get the baby’s head fully inserted? r n r n3. And can I be categorized as a narrow pelvis, r n r n4. How do you get a contraction? r n r n5. and how come the spy doesn’t get too late? r n r nthank you, please answer
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Entering the third trimester, you should see a gynecologist to check whether your pregnancy is in good condition and whether there are any possible complications when giving birth later. The obstetrician can also perform an ultrasound examination to see the condition of the mother's fetus and its estimated weight. Your doctor can estimate whether your pelvis is sufficient for the baby to be born later. Whether or not a normal delivery is possible depends on the results of the examination. The fetus also needs to see whether the position is good and whether there is a umbilical cord in the fetus. The position of the placenta or placenta also needs attention. If the position blocks the birth canal, the mother may bleed if she insists on a normal delivery. For that, you should come to the nearest obstetrician. Pregnancy over time is usually considered risky if it has passed 42 weeks of gestation. The way not to be missed is to have your mother checked more frequently at the end of this pregnancy. If it is approaching 42 weeks of gestation but there are no signs of labor, you should see a doctor. The doctor will take action so that the baby can be born immediately.
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