Not Feeling Heartburn When Opening 3?
I was pregnant 39 weeks … yesterday my stomach hurt like cramps and then I went straight. When it was checked it was already opening 2. Then I stayed at the midwife because the midwife said the possibility of being born at dawn all night had my stomach mules. It turned out that when dawn was checked for opening 3. After that the midwife suggested to go home first. Only until now I do not feel mules. It’s just a vaginal pain. I have tried sports so that fishing for mules. What should I do? Honestly, I am very panicked. I hope to give birth today ;-(
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Heartburn or contractions are supposed to have begun when there is an opening, and more often and more regularly until finally entering labor. But if you have not experienced contractions, this can happen if you have given birth before, and that is directly proportional to the number of births you have ever had. The more often you give birth, the time needed for contractions, the baby descends to the pelvis and the delivery process itself can be shorter.
If this is still the first pregnancy, then there is the potential for a slow progress in labor that could be due to hormonal influences. For that, there is a possibility that you will be encouraged to use hormone injections if you still do not experience progress after a certain period of time.
Our advice now, you should check with your obstetrician to be more clear about your labor status. The obstetrician will try to analyze whether there is a delay, whether the baby has entered the pelvis and whether you are overall ready to give birth or not. If it is assessed that the time of pregnancy is not long, you will be asked to be admitted to be monitored. And if there really is a delay, maybe you will be asked for approval to be encouraged.
Meanwhile, there is no need to exercise, you just walk around, and don't need to be too stressed out about when you will give birth. What is important, you immediately consult a gynecologist. So, hopefully answering your question.