The Cause Of The Fetus Died At 8 Months Of Pregnancy?
Good morning. I want to ask, last year I was pregnant, but when I was 2 months old, I took more than 1 week of spots when I was getting an ultrasound, but the fetus was declared not to develop and performed a curette. Then early January after 3 months after the curette I was pregnant again. From the beginning of the trisemeter 1 to 7 months and 2 weeks of pregnancy, the doctor said that the fetus was healthy and had no claims whatsoever. After 2 weeks, after 8 months of doctor’s control, it turns out that the fetus has no tick, so the doctor says if the fetus has died and I have to give birth induction. I want to ask what causes fetus to die at 8 months of pregnancy? While I have no history of heart disease, high blood pressure, everything is normal. However before I had experienced swollen gum sores until I couldn’t take it for 3 days. Then how long can I get pregnant again after giving birth normally induction? So what should I do before planning a pregnancy ?? Thank you.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We are also sorry for your condition. Conditions of fetal death in the womb as you experience, can occur due to various possibilities, including the presence of umbilical cord that causes it to choke so that the flow of nutrients and oxygen is not smooth, drastic amniotic fluid levels are reduced, infection by certain bacteria or viruses, genetic disorders and placental abnormalities.
These things are indeed sometimes very difficult to detect because for pregnant women themselves there may not be any symptoms, that's why entering 6-7 months, pregnant women must routinely count kicks or fetal movements for 10 hours. If less than 10 kicks, or fewer than usual, should be checked by an obstetrician to determine the cause. Regarding this calculation method may be a little different for each obstetrician, but the point is, knowing and knowing the fetal kick is one way to detect the gravity of the fetus quickly.
Regarding the causes themselves vary, some do not have obvious reasons such as genetic disorders. This can just happen without any risk factors, especially if you do have risk factors such as a history of alcohol consumption, consumption of drugs that are dangerous for pregnant women, too young to get pregnant (<20 years) or too old to get pregnant ( > 35 years) also a history of free sex.
For the next pregnancy plan, you can actually get pregnant again immediately after induction, but it would be better to postpone at least 6 months to prepare yourself physically and mentally. You can also use the time span to consult your obstetrician to study your physical condition, find out what could be the potential for fetal emergencies in yourself, and implement a healthy lifestyle by exercising, maintaining ideal body weight, avoiding cigarette smoke, and increasing consumption vegetables and fruit. So, hopefully answering your question.