Pain And Cramps In The Lower Abdomen At 40 Weeks Pregnant?

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Mlm … I want it … I’m pregnant for the UK 40 weeks … Hpl May 12 tomorrow … until now I haven’t felt the sign of “giving birth..but I often feel abdominal pain and cramps in the lower part … wake up to sleep, do you want to walk around and feel pain too much … ttrs often BAK … is that a sign of “giving birth … ??? yesterday, ultrasound was the position of the baby’s head down but not yet on the road … how can I give birth normally … ??? is my pregnancy age fairly normal … thank you, please explain …

1 Answer:

Hi,


The condition you are experiencing is abdominal pain and cramps in the lower abdomen, often BAK is a symptom of signs before childbirth. But besides that there are many other signs ahead of childbirth, including:

feel false contractions, namely a tightening of the stomach that is still intermittent, the closer to labor the contractions are occurring regularly and the time they appear is getting longer
back or lower abdominal pain
leaking water or mucus from the vagina
the water broke
bleeding or mucus with blood from the vagina
the frequency of BAK increases

For conditions where your due date of birth is near plus you already have mild signs, you should check with your doctor for a vaginal examination whether the cervix has opened or not. A normal birth process will be led to labor if the opening in the cervix is ​​complete and this is done periodically as long as signs of labor have appeared.


You should also prepare supplies before delivery such as:

toiletries
clothes for hospitalization
a lot of fabric
baby gear
baby clothes
special sanitary napkins for postpartum mothers

To be able to give birth normally, the condition of the mother and baby must be good and there are no abnormalities such as:

the umbilical cord closes the birth canal
abnormal position of the fetus, the location of the buttocks / breech / cross position
multiple pregnancy
caesarean section <2 years or caesarean section> 2x
the baby's heart rate is unstable
placental abnormalities
large babies> 4 kg
there is an infection in the birth canal

These are conditions where the child cannot give birth normally, but if the fetal condition is good, there is no umbilical cord or placental abnormality, or the position of the baby's head is normal at the bottom, the strength of the mother's contractions is good, there is no pelvic deformity or abnormalities in the birth canal, good pushing strength, complete forward opening, usually normal delivery can be carried out.


read things related to signs of labor, normal delivery


hopefully useful, thank you


dr. Danny

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