Normally The Weight Gain Of Pregnant Women And Fetuses?
Tonight .. r nThe age of my pregnancy is 35 weeks and the fundus height is 32cm, is that normal or not? including normal? I’m worried if my BB is overweight, the question will affect the next BB’s pregnancy, right? Please info and enter it. thank you
Hello Naiira Fahmil Akbar,
The weight of a normal fetus at term (> 37 weeks) is between 2500-4000 grams. We can estimate fetal weight based on fundal height. If the fetus has not entered the pelvic upper door, according to the formula, the estimated weight of your fetus is approximately 3100 grams. Estimated weight of the fetus is still considered normal. However, in the first pregnancy, usually some mothers will have difficulty giving birth to children weighing above 3 kg, because it means the size of the lowest part of the fetus (eg the head will also be larger). But this is certainly not a problem for mothers whose pelvic doors are wide or have already given birth. Fetal body weight is influenced by:
Nutritional intake of mothers BMI of mothers before pregnancy Metabolic diseases such as diabetes mellitus Diseases such as preeclampsia Alcohol consumption, smoking Twin pregnancy etc. The normal weight gain of pregnant women is 1-1.5 kg / month in the first trimester, 1-2 kg / month to age enough moon content. A woman with a normal BMI before giving birth is expected to experience weight gain of 11-17 kg during pregnancy. In your case, 13 kg of weight gain is still normal. To more accurately estimate fetal weight estimates, antopometric measurements are usually carried out using ultrasonographic examinations by obstetricians. If the weight is within the normal range, there is nothing to worry about. Macrosomia (fetal body weight> 4000 grams) is influenced by diabetes, high maternal BMI, excess weight gain, and genetic makeup. If none of the above factors occur in subsequent pregnancies, it is not certain that the weight of the fetus in the next pregnancy will also be large.
Thus the explanation from me, may be useful.