The Placenta Attaches To The Bladder When 8 Months Pregnant?
Good Morning Doctor, my wife is 8 months pregnant, the results of placental ultrasound stick to the bladder, from the doctor’s information USG is still on a scale of 1, and during pregnancy there is no bleeding, this is the second pregnancy, the birth of a child 1 by cesarean section. What must be done by the mother so that the placenta can be separated from the bladder attached. Thank you
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The placenta (placenta) is a vital component in the delivery of oxygen and nutrients from the mother to the fetus, as well as the disposal of metabolic waste from the fetus to the mother. Normally, the placenta adheres naturally to the inner lining of the uterus, and will naturally release after the baby is born later. However, in some cases, it can also be found that the placenta is attached too deep, even through the uterine wall, to the bladder, or also called the placenta percreta (placenta percreta). This condition is very risky to cause massive postpartum hemorrhage due to placental tissue that is difficult to be separated and left in the uterus. If the bleeding is not treated properly, fatal conditions can occur, including maternal death. Not only that, fetuses with placenta perreta are also more at risk of being born prematurely.
The placenta perreta is indeed more vulnerable to be experienced by mothers with a history of having a previous cesarean delivery. Unfortunately, there are no specific steps that can be done for mothers with this condition. Even doctors cannot provide definitive treatment before delivery. However, if the doctor has detected that your wife has a placenta perreta, then she will make tighter observations on your wife's pregnancy, especially as she approaches labor. A delivery plan will be made early to avoid the risk of dangerous complications, including preparation if your wife later has to get a blood transfusion. Usually, your doctor will suggest that a cesarean delivery be performed again for the good of your wife and the fetus in the womb. And, if there is massive bleeding after delivery, your doctor may also advise your wife to undergo a hysterectomy (surgical removal of the uterus).
Multiply consult with an obstetrician who is caring for your wife. If your wife has bleeding, ask her to rest completely, do not do strenuous activities, and make her always calm and not worry too much. If then signs of childbirth arise, immediately take him to an obstetrician in order to get a quick and proper treatment, okay?
I hope this helps.