Pregnancy At 40 Weeks 4 Days, Stomach Ache And Vaginal Discharge?
Morning, doc, please give me an explanation. I am pregnant with 40 weeks 4 days gestation, it’s been 2 days I felt heartburn. The first day of lower abdominal pain and back joined the pain along with a lot of vaginal discharge and there was a little lumps of the spleen that resembles tissue so that. the second day of his heartburn increased, lower abdominal pain and lower back ampe to the anus when I pee while sitting with lots of fluid out rather blood-brown. But when I experienced it I lgsg to the midwife , but when I check with the midwife I have not experienced an opening. If it has not been opened, then the heartburn pain is getting worse when accompanied by a slightly brownish brownish fluid coming out what is it ..? Please explain, afraid of the amniotic fluid .
Your gestational age is more than 4 months old and is more than 4 days so that delivery should be able to happen at any time. The discharge of blood mucus is one sign of labor, but not always the release of blood mucus then give birth immediately yes, sometimes labor occurs a few hours after the discharge of blood mucus, but also sometimes only occurs 1-2 weeks after the blood mucus comes out.
As for the stomach upset, it's likely that this is a fake contraction. False contractions are contractions of the uterus in preparation for childbirth. False contractions usually do not appear regularly, their strength does not increase, and can disappear with rest or position changes.
Later when it is about to give birth, it will be felt the original contractions, where the appearance of contractions will be more frequent, strength will increase, and accompanied by other signs of childbirth such as difficulty sleeping, frequent urination, amniotic fluid seeping or rupturing, and the opening . If there is amniotic fluid seepage, pregnant women should immediately go to the emergency room or the nearest or planned maternity clinic.
For now, try to remain calm while preparing physically and mentally for childbirth. If you feel a contraction / abdominal pain getting stronger every 5 minutes, more blood mucus comes out, or feel the amniotic fluid seeping, you should control it again with your obstetrician to be sure your condition is in labor or not yes.
Hope it helps you,