The Possibility Of A Normal Delivery If The Pelvis Is Narrow?
I want to ask, yesterday I went to the spog doctor, he said my hips were narrow, then I had to wait 39 weeks for a re-examination if the baby had not yet been born also he said I was ordered to have a quick operation because my hips are narrow, is there any other way besides carefully, can narrow hips be induced ??
Hello Mrs. Naysilana! Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Congratulations on the pregnancy.
The condition in which the hips are too small for the size of the baby's head causes the baby to not be able to pass through the pelvic doors during vaginal delivery. This means that various methods of vaginal delivery cannot be done, including induction of labor using drugs. This condition can be predicted during pregnancy by the obstetrician when the doctor sees that the mother's pelvis is too small or the baby's head is too big. During labor, the baby's head must pass through the mother's pelvis to be born. If the labor of this condition occurs and the mother continues to insist on a vaginal delivery, labor can take a long time or become stuck and the baby can experience various complications due to the long labor process. In addition, if the baby is not born after induction, the mother still has to undergo a cesarean section. We recommend that you undergo the advice of a gynecologist who checks you. You can discuss further with the doctor what steps need to be prepared and what options are best for you. Mothers should also register BPJS for mothers and babies with birth mothers before the delivery process.
So much information from me. I hope this helps. Hopefully the labor process will run smoothly.