Stomach Reaction When Rupture Of Membranes?
I want to ask if the stomach reaction ruptured, how?
Thank you for the question.
Amniotic fluid (amnion) is a fluid whose function is important in supporting the development of the fetus in the womb, especially the development of the lungs, bones, and muscles. Not only that, amniotic fluid is also useful in protecting the fetus from mechanical injury, maintaining temperature in the uterus, providing nutrition, and many other functions. This amniotic fluid is covered by the membranes which normally remain sturdy (not torn or broken) until labor arrives.
Rupture of membranes can be a sign that labor is imminent. This condition is characterized by a lot of discharge, odorless, colorless, and unbearable (suddenly, like bedwetting) from the birth canal. Normally, rupture of the amniotic fluid will appear accompanied by other signs of childbirth, namely:
A fetus that descends to the upper pelvic door, then continues down until it reaches the birth canal
Labor contractions, characterized by a feeling of tightness, heat, twisting, or heartburn that appears dominant in the lower abdomen, radiating down to the lower back, intensity is getting stronger, the duration is getting longer, and the frequency of emergence becomes more frequent over time
Blood mucus comes out of the birth canal, which indirectly indicates the opening of the cervix
However, the above labor signs do not always appear together with ruptured membranes. In some cases, ruptured membranes can appear earlier preceding the signs of labor above (premature rupture of membranes). Large rupture of membranes and not followed by the appearance of signs of childbirth is worth watching out for. Because, this condition can threaten the health of the fetus in your womb.
Therefore, if you experience rupture of membranes during pregnancy, even if followed or not followed by other signs of childbirth as mentioned above, you should check yourself IMMEDIATELY immediately to an obstetrician to be given the best treatment, ok?
I hope this helps.