Relationship Of Low BB Babies With Tfu 29 Cm At 37 Weeks Gestation?
Tonight, Now I am pregnant with my first child, with 37 weeks of gestation, but when I checked I said it was 29cm … I was worried, because the baby’s BB was low, r n r nWhat is the best solution?
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Fetuses smaller than they should be due to not growing normally in the uterus (intrauterine growth restriction - IUGR) can cause various problems during pregnancy, childbirth, and after the baby is born. Babies born with this condition can experience low birth weight, difficult to overcome conditions due to vaginal delivery, low oxygen levels, low blood sugar levels, easy to get infections, difficult to maintain normal body temperature, and so on. There are various causes of the fetus experiencing IUGR, including disorders of the placenta. The placenta is the tissue that delivers oxygen and nutrients from the mother to the fetus and removes various leftover products from the fetus to the mother for disposal. In addition to problems with the placenta, various disorders in the mother can also cause the fetus to grow less optimally (smaller than it should). You should check yourself whether you have diabetes, high blood pressure, infection (TORCH), kidney problems, lung disorders, nutritional disorders, or anemia. If you experience one of these conditions, you must be treated immediately so that your fetus can be saved. In addition, smoking, alcohol consumption, and the use of illegal drugs can also inhibit fetal growth. Therefore, you should avoid these things.
You should check with your obstetrician to see the condition of the fetus in your mother's womb. Mothers will be examined directly and examined by ultrasound. You may also be asked for further tests to see if there are any abnormalities in the mother. Abnormalities in the fetus can also make a fetus smaller. The obstetrician will explain what disorders occur to the mother, the fetus, or the placenta, which causes stunted growth of the fetus. The doctor will discuss with you what to do. You can see an obstetrician for free by requesting a referral to the first level health facility (Puskesmas or Clinic) where you are registered if you have a health BPJS card. Meanwhile, try to eat healthier foods, so that the nutrients given to the fetus remain good. Get plenty of rest at night too. Mothers can also add naps for 1-2 hours. Rest can make the fetus grow better. If the movement of the fetus is reduced or stopped, immediately come to the nearest hospital emergency room.
That's all information from me. I hope this helps.