Is Giving Birth To A Child But No Blood Problems?
I want to ask my family to give birth, but what comes out of children with amniotic fluid is not the problem.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. When labor is near, there are signs that are shown by the body, including:
Rupture of amniotic fluid Difficult to sleep Mucus discharge mixed with blood from the vagina Contractions that occur regularly, long time, and get firmer as time goes by
So naturally, there will be blood that comes out before labor occurs. If blood does not come out at the time of delivery, it may have appeared earlier. But regarding your question, it actually needs to be confirmed again what you mean by children with amniotic fluid but without the blood. Do you mean there is no blood that comes out when labor will occur, or children who are not covered in blood during childbirth, the water is not mixed with blood or other.
This is important because the amniotic fluid is not supposed to be mixed with blood, so it is only natural that there is no blood. With so many potential misunderstandings about your question, we suggest that you ask your family directly about what conditions they are experiencing and what doctors are saying about it. If your family also does not understand, then ask him to ask the obstetrician who treats him. If she does not give birth with the help of an obstetrician, ask her to see a gynecologist. By interacting directly, all misunderstandings can be suppressed and more appropriate handling can be given. What is clear, do not feel reluctant or lazy to see a doctor, if there are things that you think are not medically normal. Because from the patient's side, if you have to choose, it's better to worry excessively than to think too lightly. So, hopefully answering your question.