Pregnancy Is Already 40 Weeks But There Is No Sign Of Labor?
Good morning, afternoon doctor. Last night I accompanied my wife to control her pregnancy. Doctor info on the age of pregnancy has entered 40 weeks. But there are no signs like the discharge of amniotic fluid. Etc. krna midwife afraid of dry amniotic fluid Then checked by the midwife lagsg by inserting a hand into his cock. Amniotic fluid is still safe. As soon as his hand came out there was thick blood in his hand. That’s Gpp ?! Please info, thank you, because I am a layman and my wife is the first child pregnancy. Thank you
Thank you for the question.
Ideally, labor will indeed take place in the range of 36 to 40 weeks' gestation. However, there have not been any signs of childbirth at the 40-week gestation does not always mean abnormal. Provided the placenta is in good condition, enough membranes, and the fetus in the womb is healthy, often the doctor will give a span of 1 to 2 weeks to wait for the appearance of signs of childbirth naturally. As for the signs of childbirth that is intended not only in the form of rupture of the membranes, but also the emergence of labor contractions, cervical openings, also the release of blood mucus from the birth canal.
The presence of blood spots on the hands when you have done an examination of the membranes is generally not dangerous as long as the amount is not too much. However, this action risks causing infection that is prone to spread to the uterus if done with an unclean procedure.
Although it might not be dangerous, you also need to know that determining the actions taken in a case like your wife is currently ideally carried out by direct examination by an obstetrician. Because, as explained above, it is not only intact or not that the membranes need to be monitored, but also various other aspects. Usually, not just a physical examination, the doctor will also carry out several supporting tests, including ultrasound, to assess the condition of the fetus in your wife's womb, and determine whether labor is still feasible to continue while waiting for the appearance of the birth mark naturally, or whether it needs to be ended, for example by labor induction or even cesarean section.
Bring your wife to check directly to the obstetrician so that you can be given the best treatment in accordance with the conditions at this time. You need to also calm your wife so that she does not panic or calm down excessively in labor. Have sexual intercourse with ejaculation in order to stimulate labor contractions, but make sure you do it in a comfortable position and not on the fetus. Make sure he eats and drinks enough to keep his stamina awake. Teach him breathing exercises when feeling anxious or experiencing contractions that are quite disturbing. Accompany him to undergo pregnancy exercise so that labor went more smoothly. Do not forget, entrust the doctor the best delivery procedures that need to be done for the safety of his wife and fetus in the womb later.
Hope this helps ...