The Cause Of Blood Spots And Heartburn Out At 39 Weeks Gestation?
hello greetings, I want to ask, I’m pregnant 39 weeks, 2 days ago I came out blood spots and heartburn successively every 5-6 times in the first time starting 50-60 seconds, I want to ask if this does not need k doctor because I was yesterday the ER and told to go home because there was no opening yet. thanks
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your confusion. With your gestational age reaching 39 weeks, your baby can be born at any time. Therefore to be able to answer your question, you need to understand the signs of labor.
In terms of contractions, contractions that indeed indicate that you are about to experience labor are contractions that occur regularly both in terms of frequency and duration. If you experience contractions with a duration of 50-60 seconds but the interval is still irregular, sometimes once an hour, sometimes an hour 4 times, then it can be 3 hours, then that is not a sign that you are going to give birth. If you have started frequently, regularly, and the duration is at most 40 seconds per contraction, and the characteristics of contractions are a tightening that extends to the abdomen from the lower back and then to all parts of the abdomen, then that is the right sign.
Another sign is the rupture of amniotic fluid. Rupture of amniotic fluid can vary in sensation, can flow slowly, flowing profusely, there is a sense of relief, a feeling of urinating or even no taste whatsoever. So to rupture of your amniotic fluid simply indicates that there is water flowing out and it's not urine. The next sign is the release of blood in large quantities, not just spots, and has begun to emerge the desire to push yourself. When you reach this stage, labor is very close, and you have to find the nearest hospital, you don't need to go to your usual hospital.
If you are still unsure of judging, it is okay to be checked and sent away many times. This is better than you misjudge that you think this will not give birth, but apparently the baby's head has appeared. To avoid going back and forth to the hospital, if you plan to go home again, make sure you are taught and understand the signs of labor that require you to return to the hospital. So, hopefully answering your question.