Have Not Felt The Signs Of Pregnancy And Have Passed The HPL?
I want to ask, I am already 40 weeks pregnant, right on the date of my prediction of birth on May 1, but now I have not felt mules or so on, but my thighs feel sore, then if I urinate I don’t have to wait a long time before I come out just a little and then it hurts? What is the solution so that I can give birth quickly
Normal gestational age ranges from 38-42 weeks. As long as it is still within that time, the pregnancy is said to be term / term.
Pregnancy predictions cannot be used as a definite benchmark as the day of delivery. Estimated delivery is used to estimate when your pregnancy is term.
from the situation you are experiencing, if you are currently 40 weeks pregnant and have not felt mules then this is a normal thing to happen. you do not need to take any special measures to speed up labor. You just have to wait for contractions, blood mucus, or a rupture of the amniotic fluid, which usually indicates labor is going to happen.
Pain in the groin, or prolonged urination, is a normal thing to happen, it can happen because the bladder is pressed by the fetus so that it can cause BAK disorders.
the most important thing is that you do the control every week if the gestational age has entered 40 weeks, so that later the doctor can monitor the progress of your pregnancy, and the doctor can determine the right step of delivery for you.
However, if you feel a feeling of mules or discharge of blood or broken amniotic fluid then immediately consult the nearest hospital.
Here's an article that you can read about 9 months pregnant
may be useful. thank you