Previant Placental Pregnancy At 34 Weeks Fetal Age.?
Hello, I am 30 years old and I am 34week pregnant at the time of my pregnancy 4 months I have bleeding .. and after an ultrasound is clear when my placenta doctor is placed below the uterus … and at 32week I am in an ultrasound and when my doctor is experiencing placenta previa totalis and I have to give birth to a caesarean … I tried to check another doctor at the hospital … and when the doctor at this hospital is not a placenta previa totalis … my baby’s head is covering the cervix and still can give birth normally … even if the location is close. what should I do? What is it that can give birth to a normal scra? There is no risk to the mother and baby … thank you
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your confusion. But from your statement, we have something to clarify first. Even in healthy pregnant women and healthy fetuses, even the normal delivery process has risks. During labor, the baby can still be pinched, the umbilical cord can still be wrapped around, there is still the potential for life-threatening bleeding, and there is still a risk of infection that leads to death. It's just that with the advancement of medical technology, that risk can be greatly minimized. But you must know that it is not possible to do it without any risk at all, because humans still have limitations.
Then with regard to placenta previa totalis, this is the condition of the entire armpit covering the cervix. The exact cause is unknown, but the risk is increased in women aged over 35 years, smoking both actively and passively, had surgery on the uterus, had experienced similar events before, had a miscarriage, had had a cesarean section, and had given birth.
In the condition of the placenta previa, especially the totalis where the birth canal is completely closed, the treatment must be by cesarean section. This is because it is very dangerous to 'disturb' the conditions that already exist now. Babies cannot be forced through closed roads and must go through other alternatives. Let alone to give birth normally, to have sex or do light exercise alone can lead to death in patients with placenta previa. Some doctors even suggest pregnant women who have experienced bleeding to undergo the rest of their pregnancy in the hospital, so that they can be immediately treated if at any time there is an emergency.
So our advice to you now, you should determine who wants to be examined and want to treat yourself to which obstetrician. Two different doctors may be able to see things from different perspectives and have different treatments, but if you ultimately choose to be treated by a doctor who is diagnosed with placenta previa totalis, then you do have to undergo a cesarean section. Do not force a normal delivery, because if you are worried about the potential complications during a cesarean section, complications that result from normal contact with a patient with placenta previa totalis are much more certain and more severe.
Meanwhile, get more rest, reduce physical activity as much as possible, and never be alone. So, hopefully answering your question.