Routine Examination Of The Womb Every Month. Should It Be?

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Is routine examination of the content every month mandatory. Doesn’t matter if I don’t do it in this month. But in the next month will it return to routine?

1 Answer:

Hello,

Routine check-ups during pregnancy help the fetus and mother healthy for 9 months. In general, the frequency of pregnancy visits is as follows:

4 weeks gestation - 28 weeks, once every month. Gestational age 29 weeks - 36 weeks, once every 2 weeks (2x in 1 month). Above 37 weeks of gestation, 1 time a week until delivery.

If you are late for a pregnancy checkup, it is best if you remember and have time to immediately consult a Gynecologist and Obstetrics, not waiting for the next month's visit. However, the ideal number of visits from pregnancy to delivery is 7 times.

Routine pregnancy checks are needed to ensure that the mother is in good health and that the fetus is developing properly. Usually the doctor will do a medical question and answer about your previous medical history and the complaints you feel during pregnancy. The doctor will also perform a physical examination, a special pregnancy physical examination and an ultrasound. In addition, the doctor will refer you for supporting examinations such as urine tests, blood tests, and other supporting tests to ensure that the pregnancy is going well and that your fetus is healthy.

During pregnancy, do the following tips so that you and the fetus are healthy:

Regular consumption of folic acid every day. Eat a nutritionally balanced diet. If you are nauseous and vomiting, eat smaller portions but more often (5-7 times a day). Keep consuming foods high in fiber, rich in vitamins, adequate protein and contain good fats that the body needs. Consume adequate drinking water, avoid alcoholic drinks, bottled drinks. Limit drinking caffeinated beverages. Avoid foods that are undercooked or without the perfect cooking process because they can become a medium for germs that can harm pregnancy and the fetus. Adequate rest, sleep at least 7 hours a day, especially at night. Keep exercising regularly (3-5 times a week), joining the community of pregnant women helps you exercise more consistently. Management of emotional stress well.

Consult any questions and info about pregnancy with your SPOG Doctor. Also read about health information during pregnancy in this HealthReplies.com article.

You can read about the frequency of pregnancy checks in this HealthReplies.com article.

Thus the info we can share, hopefully helps you.

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