No Signs Of Giving Birth At 40 Weeks Pregnant?

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I want to ask.. My pregnancy is 40 weeks and 4 days but I haven’t given birth yet.. I have spots and ulcers but no opening yet.. How are you doing?

1 Answer:

Hi Vivi,

At 40 weeks of gestation, pregnancy is old enough to be born. But there are indeed some cases where at that age the signs of birth have not yet appeared. In these conditions, special observations will usually be needed for another 1-2 weeks to see if the baby will continue to have a normal birth or a assisted birth process, such as using drugs or cesarean section, will be required. Of course this will be decided by looking at the condition of the fetus and the condition of the pregnant woman.

If you have started to feel contractions, heartburn and spotting, then it is likely that the normal birth process has started. The doctor will examine you and guide you through the birth process. This process varies for each woman, but there are still procedures that must be followed by medical personnel to carry out certain actions if it is considered that this condition lasts too long and endangers both the fetus and the mother.

Our advice:

Avoid stress, do breathing exercises, and try to rest when you are not feeling sick. You should stay at a health facility to make it easier to take action if needed at any time. Keep your spirits up. Follow the guidelines of doctors and other medical personnel. Please read: Pregnancy over 40 weeks

So, hopefully useful

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