The Possibility Of A Normal Delivery If High Blood Pressure And Low HB During Pregnancy?
hallo..is normal delivery if HB and high blood pressure
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First of all, you should explain first, what is the exact age of your current pregnancy, what is your blood pressure exactly, and what is your blood pressure and is there protein in your urine? Have you done a routine check up with your obstetrician?
Basically, low Hb and also high blood pressure are not an absolute obstacle to giving birth normally (meaning you can still give birth normally). However, you need to know that your pregnancy is a high-risk pregnancy. You still have to get ready when your obstetrician finally advises you to have a cesarean delivery. There are many reasons your doctor may suggest having a cesarean delivery compared to a normal delivery, but in general, if your condition or the fetus is not very good before delivery, or you have to give birth sooner than you should and the induction fails or cannot be done, the doctor will suggest to do a cesarean section.
In conditions of pregnancy with anemia (low hemoglobin) and high blood pressure, you should do a direct examination to the obstetrician. You cannot control pregnancy only to a midwife or do not control pregnancy at all. If your hemoglobin is very low, your doctor may recommend a blood transfusion before delivery or if it is not too low, your doctor can also provide certain supplements to help deal with your anemia. Your high blood pressure must also be controlled and monitored properly. Because both of these conditions can also interfere with the development of the fetus in your womb, then an ultrasound examination will also usually be recommended to be done periodically.
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