Mothers-to-be are particularly worried recently because the baby has passed its due date and there is nothing to come out of it.
Other babies rush out to see the world in 39 weeks. My baby is very good, the expected delivery period has passed two days, and there is no movement at all. Is it not pregnant? What should we do with this repeat baby? Do you want to rush ta?
Most expectant mothers feel anxious when they reach the third trimester of pregnancy, fearing that their babies will be premature and want to stay up until full term. But some babies, on the contrary, are either in a hurry or out of a hurry.
Don’t panic when the birthtreasure has been repealed. Understand these things first and deal with them correctly.
| What if the due date is not yet born?
In fact, the expected date of delivery is not the actual date of delivery.
The actual date of delivery is influenced by the age of the expectant mother, the history of pregnancy and childbirth, the length of menstrual cycle and the number of days in different months. However, if the fetus has developmental problems or the expectant mother has some disease, it will also widen the gap between the expected delivery date and the actual delivery date.
In real life, most mothers do not give birth on the day of the due date, either before or after the due date. Delivery before 42 weeks of pregnancy is normal full-term delivery.
| What should we do after the due date?
There are many reasons for being “pigeon” by baby. For example, the period before calculating the pregnant mother is very irregular, leading to the wrong calculation of the expected date of birth and so on.
Generally speaking, there is no sign of movable property after the expected delivery period. Doctors will ask for a more comprehensive examination to re-evaluate the fetal intrauterine condition and the mother’s own condition, such as fetal size, umbilical cord blood flow, amniotic fluid, etc. If all indicators are normal and fetal heart rate monitoring is normal, then we can continue to wait.
If the pregnancy lasts for more than 41 or 42 weeks, the doctor usually advises to expedite labor. Normal pregnant women do not initiate uterine contraction for 7 to 10 days beyond the expected date of delivery. Induction of labor (induced labor), or intravenous drip of oxytocin, can be implemented.
| The longer the baby is in the stomach, the better?
The reason for expediting labor after a certain period of time is that if fetal treasure continues to wait, the situation may become very bad, we should be vigilant against overdue pregnancy. Medical regulations, if the mother’s normal menstrual cycle regularly, the baby has not been born in more than 42 weeks even if it is overdue pregnancy.
Overdue pregnancy is very harmful. With the increase of gestational weeks, the ability of the placenta to support will become worse and worse, and the fetus will need more and more nutrients. On the other hand, the placenta will gradually aging and the ability to support will decline, which will easily lead to intrauterine hypoxia of the fetus. In addition, if the fetus stays in the uterus for too long, the skull suture of the fetus will gradually close and the plasticity will decrease, which will increase the probability of dystocia or cesarean section. Fetal distress, oligohydramnios, prolonged labor and even dystocia may also occur.
After the expected delivery period, expectant mothers can do more sports, such as walking, if physical conditions permit, can support the table squat horse walking (must pay attention to safety), help to expedite labor. In addition, we should strengthen the maternity examination and pay attention to fetal movements, and timely medical treatment when abnormal fetal movements are found.
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