Premature Rupture Of Membranes?
Age to my pregnancy was 34 weeks .. 2hr ago I received to … after observation in the hospital 2hr I was given a permit because my body stopped and the fetus was in good condition. Within 24 hours, my hospital did not have any seepage … again but with a small amount … 1. is that reasonable … or I must go to the hospital again? 2. if the doctrine asks for induction … is there any other choice besides that? because there is no contraction, opening or bleeding. Rimksih …
Thank you for the question.
Normally, the amniotic membrane will rupture or tear as it approaches labor, ie when the uterine age has reached more than 36 weeks. If your membranes rupture or rupture before that, without any signs of childbirth, it means you are experiencing (premature rupture of membranes). This amniotic fluid is useful in protecting the fetus in the womb from mechanical injury, infection, while ensuring he gets adequate nutrition, the temperature of the surrounding environment is maintained, and the organs in his body are developing optimally. If the fetus ruptures too early in large quantities, of course the condition of the fetus in your womb will be at stake. Therefore, in this condition, the doctor will make a careful assessment, is it safer to wait for signs of labor to appear on its own while waiting for the fetus to be more mature and ready to be born, or to induce that labor occurs earlier so that the fetus is matured outside the uterus. So, this cannot be determined only based on a brief description as you mentioned yes ..
The good thing is, if your membranes return to seep even after it has been treated by a doctor, you should go back to your doctor or obstetrician to be given the best solution according to your condition. In the meantime, you are advised to take a full rest, drink more, eat regularly, and never have sex before the doctor says it is safe for you to do so.
I hope this helps.