The Chance Of A Normal Delivery When Diagnosed With Placenta Previa?
Haii … I’m pregnant 34w kmren ultrasound then said that if the placenta is on the lower edge, it doesn’t cover all the birth canals but still can enter the place … what should I try to do so the normal birth canal and baby cpet head enter the pelvis.? Only 1.7kg of bbj … what should I eat so that it rises quickly? Thank you in advance
Hi Lilis, thanks for asking.
Basically, placenta previa is a condition where the placenta is located at the base of the uterus and covers the cervix, or is located on the side wall of the uterus but its low position almost covers the cervix. The placenta can move along with the growth of the fetus and uterine growth. Sometimes when the pregnancy enters the age of the final months, the placenta can change its position to the top and does not cover the birth canal. But in some people the location of the placenta does not change and remains at the base of the uterus so that it reduces the possibility for a normal birth process. Unfortunately there are no special actions that can be taken to change the position of the placenta. Please do not massage the abdominal area because placenta previa is very vulnerable to bleeding.
The fetal head will enter the pelvis in the final weeks before the birth process begins. There is no need to take special measures because if the fetus is healthy, the head down, and the placenta does not cover the birth canal, the fetus will automatically enter the pelvis.
Regarding fetal weight, then all you have to do is eat foods like:
Green vegetables such as broccoli, spinach or kale
High-calorie fruits (because pregnant women need extra calories especially in the last trimester) such as avocados, bananas, mangoes, and sweet potatoes
Fish (but the risk of mercury-containing fish)
Fat and skin free meat
Grains such as wheat, oatmeal, quinoa, lentils
Nuts like almonds, walnuts, kidney beans, green beans
Do not add calories by increasing sugar intake because of the risk of gestational diabetes mellitus. Add adequate night rest and regular exercise such as walking at least 3 times per week. Thus the information that I can share, hopefully it helps. Regards.