Possible Complications Due To The Condition Of Adenomyosis In Pregnancy?
I want to ask … I used to have been diagnosed with adenomyosis … and it was said that it was difficult to get pregnant. But now I was pregnant 9 months, so how was that?
Hello Rya Maria, thank you for asking.
Adenomyosis is a form of uterine wall abnormalities where there is a thickening of the uterine wall, which is generally benign. The cause is unclear, so even the right therapy can not be known until now. Some studies do say that people with adenomyosis have a lower chance of pregnancy (it is not impossible to get pregnant or have difficulty conceiving, it's just that in some people the chance of getting pregnant is lower than people without adenomyosis. But further research is still needed to be able to confirm the statement. There is also the possibility of a greater miscarriage in people with adenomyosis. But in your case, if your pregnancy has entered the age of 9 months, then you no longer need to worry about miscarriage.
Some possible complications due to the condition of adenomyosis in pregnancy are:
preterm birth low fetal weight pre eclampsia incompetent cervical infection in uterine placenta previa abrupsio placenta bleeding To find out your adenomyosis condition, it is advisable to consult with the treating doctor. The doctor will probably do an assessment of the uterine wall with ultrasound. If the doctor does not find signs of fetal distress, no abnormalities are found in the attachment of the placenta, and there is no bleeding from the vagina, then chances are your condition is stable. Adenomyosis may still be present, but to find out its effect on this pregnancy and later, you must consult with a obstetrician. Hopefully this answer can help you. Regards.