Ultrasound Examination Results At 40 Weeks’ Gestation And Natural Induction Methods?
Afternoon, I want to ask. My uterus is 40 weeks old, but I haven’t felt the actual contractions are fake contractions but my stomach is really hard. What’s that down … Is the baby in the pelvis?
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Pregnancy 40 weeks or in the third trimester is the time awaited by pregnant women. Age 40 weeks is the age of the womb where the fetus is ripe enough to be born. However, some conditions do cause the baby to show no sign of being born. Some cases about 20 percent of births can occur at 41-42 weeks' gestation. As long as the fetus and mother are healthy, there is nothing to worry about. However, there are several conditions that need to be considered if the gestational age is sufficient but no contractions occur as follows:
Fetal movement decreases. There is amniotic discharge such as urination while continuing to come out of the vagina. There is heavy bleeding. Mothers experience severe dizziness or even convulsions. Mother experiences severe nausea and vomiting. The presence of the fetus in the circle underline indicates that the fetus is at the pelvic door. To ensure your condition, you will need a direct examination by your doctor or midwife. So that appropriate action can be taken if there are certain conditions.
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