Practice diagnosis and treatment of foetus with high incidence of head deflection

2021-03-25 12:00 AM

Women who have a comparative baby should see a specialist on the 34th week of pregnancy and do an ultrasound to assess the position of the placenta.

House deviation

Cases of abnormalities in the position of the foetus. Oblique, horizontal or inverted are all cases that need to be examined in the hospital from the 34th week of pregnancy.

High head

The term "high head" means that the foetus lies completely outside the pelvis. This is not very important for women who have had a number of babies vaginally but may be of concern for women who have had a baby for the first time.

Before making a diagnosis, make sure the bladder is completely empty. Suggest that the patient try to lift the upper body with their elbow, which may cause the reincarnation to fall.

Women who have a comparative baby should see a specialist on the 34th week of pregnancy and do an ultrasound to assess the position of the placenta. Even women who have given birth many times also need an exam to assess the position of the placenta at 38 weeks of pregnancy.