Saturday, July 4, 2020

These two conditions during pregnancy indicate that the fetus is hypoxic

The month when the fetus is most prone to hypoxia in the mother's stomach is when the pregnant mothers are about 8 months pregnant. After pregnancy, as the gestational weeks of pregnant mothers continue to increase, the babies in the belly continue to develop and grow, the excess space of the uterus becomes smaller and smaller, and the fetus's activities will be more and more restricted. At about 8 months, the placenta will slowly age, and the ability to supply oxygen will gradually weaken. So, at this time, the fetus is prone to hypoxia in the mother's stomach. However, after this month, the fetus has basically entered the basin, and it will become safer.

What are the symptoms of fetal hypoxia?

1. Fetal movement in the body has changed

Around 4 months of pregnancy, pregnant mothers can feel the baby's fetal movement slightly, and fetal movement can reflect the development of the fetus well. Pregnant mothers are usually better to develop a good habit of counting fetuses every day. Under normal circumstances, the fetal movement is very regular. If at a certain time, pregnant mothers suddenly feel that the fetal movement of the fetus is gone, or it is abnormally violent, it needs attention at this time. This is probably due to the lack of oxygen in the fetus.

2. The amount of amniotic fluid in the body is reduced

Pregnant mothers may all understand that during every birth check, there is one thing that must be checked, that is, the amount of amniotic fluid in the body. This is because, if the amniotic fluid volume is insufficient, the fetal living environment will produce insufficient oxygen supply, which will cause the fetus to lack oxygen. In addition, if it is near the expected date of delivery, the doctor will check if the amniotic fluid of the pregnant mother is insufficient, and will recommend the pregnant mother to induce labor, so as to avoid the dangerous situation of the fetus.

When pregnant around August, pregnant mothers must pay attention to any abnormalities in the fetus, they should go to the hospital in time for diagnosis and treatment. At ordinary times, regular obstetrical examinations are also required, such as fetal movement detection, fetal heart rate detection, etc., so that pregnant mothers and fetal abnormalities can be discovered in time. Pregnant mothers should never stop because they are in trouble. If something goes wrong, it will be too bad.

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