The Possibility Of A Normal Delivery In A History Of Glandular Tuberculosis Patients?
I have had a history of glandular tuberculosis, now I’m still pregnant, I just finished treatment for tuberculosis before the pregnancy, I took medication for 6 months, I want to ask if I want to ask if it is normal and it doesn’t matter because I have a history of tuberculosis that gland, because I don’t think it will affect or not if I have normal fluids? tlong jwbn
Hello, Thank you for the question.
Normal delivery is not affected by your history of glandular TB. Whether or not you can give birth normally depends on the following:
your readiness physically and mentally the position of the baby is the baby's weight your pelvis size is compared to the size of the baby the presence of complications such as pre-eclampsia, premature rupture of membranes, an infection that can be transmitted to the fetus if normal delivery is carried out, for example gonorrhea, genital herpes, hepatitis B, HIV Therefore please always check your pregnancy condition with your obstetrician and gynecologist according to the recommended schedule. This examination is intended to monitor the condition of you and your baby in the womb, especially before delivery. Please keep your weight during pregnancy, avoid excessive weight gain. Don't forget to always eat nutritious food and exercise regularly. If you experience complaints related to your pregnancy, please consult a doctor immediately.
Please read the article:
Avoiding delivery by C-section
Hope this information is helpful.