Tight And Hard Stomach Accompanied By Blood Spots During Late Pregnancy?
In the morning I want to ask r nMy pregnancy estimates for Week 2, whether I want to give birth because of the signs that I’m experiencing. Like a tight and hard stomach in 3 days now. And it feels like often. If my pee hurts. After 2 days, the blood came out a little but after that GK came out again. thank you
Hello Suholifah, thank you for the question for HealthReplies.com
The signs that you are experiencing can indeed be signs of labor. The following are some of the signs that can be experienced in the days to weeks leading up to labor:
Braxton Hicks contractions or also known as false contractions. False contractions can feel quite strong before labor, but in contrast to real labor contractions, these felt contractions do not get stronger, only last for a moment, disappear during rest or during activity. The baby descends into the pelvic cavity. Babies descending into the pelvis can produce symptoms such as fullness in the pelvic cavity, vaginal pain when standing or walking, lightness and relief in the chest cavity and diaphragm. The mucus is mixed with blood, which will be followed by the discharge of a mucus plug. Up to 1-2 cm thinning and dilation of the cervix.
In the meantime, here are some signs that indicate labor is imminent. If you notice these signs, immediately go to the hospital or delivery center:
Labor contractions. You will feel these contractions getting stronger and more frequent, not disappearing even though you are resting or doing activities. When the contractions have occurred every 5 minutes for 1 hour, immediately go to the hospital. Rupture of membranes. The rupture of the membranes may or may not be accompanied by contractions. If a rupture of the membranes occurs (with contractions or not), you should immediately go to the hospital.
The following are some of the important signs that you should look out for before labor. If you notice these signs, immediately go to the hospital (which has an obstetrician facility):
There are tetanic contractions (continuous contractions that don't stop) There is profuse bleeding from the vagina. Decreased fetal movements (less than 10 movements in 2 hours)
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