Uterine pregnancy

By | June 5, 2011
uterine pregnancy

uterine pregnancy

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The uterus is located in the central pelvis, was inverted pear-shaped, is the female reproductive organs of the most important one.Pregnancy before the uterus is only as big as eggs. After pregnancy, the uterus has been relatively resilient muscles due to hormonal effects will become very soft, with the growth of the fetus continue to stretch. Near the expected date when the size of the uterus up to 30 cm.

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If the following problems, mothers can successfully through pregnancy and childbirth ?

One problem: uterine fibroids

Pregnancy: To observe the uterine fibroids will grow and become larger as the uterus.

Uterine fibroids grow in the womb the same thing as the tumors of 30 women over the age of 30% to 50% of people are likely to be found having uterine fibroids. The size of the fibroids grow in different places, therefore, problems during pregnancy may be different.

Because of uterine fibroids in the second trimester, when there is a tendency to become larger, so in early pregnancy when the size if the fibroids of more than 5 cm should be careful if the risk of miscarriage and premature birth. In some cases also need to convalesce. In addition, the placenta near the fibroids, then if there is more length to observe the function of the placenta is normal.

Childbirth: If the uterine fibroids, or block the birth canal is too large, the need for cesarean section.

Uterine fibroids can grow in many locations, but will only grow on the cervix of the Ministry of delivery impact. Although this is rare, but in the event, we need to cesarean section in order to make the child was born safely. To natural childbirth or cesarean section after 37 weeks in pregnancy, by observing the location and size of uterine fibroids to decide. If the length of uterine fibroids, the uterus is likely to occur during delivery can not be a good shrinkage, and postpartum hemorrhage.

Postpartum: uterine fibroids will shrink itself.

Postpartum, the uterus will gradually shrink to and pre-pregnancy the same size, but the presence of uterine fibroids will prevent uterine contractions. To this end, in the postpartum period of time to observe the situation of uterine contractions.

In addition, most of themselves in postpartum uterine fibroids are automatically smaller. So there is no need to rush to carry out surgical removal. But there must be regular health checks.

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