Keep newborns away from regrets
Afraid of all fears, the most feared is to have a child with a birth defect. Diagnosis of amniotic fluid during pregnancy can detect defects as early as possible and avoid many terrible consequences in production.
Too many expectant mothers are wondering: is the diagnosis of amniotic fluid necessary for every expectant mother?
Will it hurt the fetus when taking amniotic fluid?
Please listen to the amniotic fluid diagnostic testing experts to explain to the expectant mother in detail.
Older women need amniotic fluid for diagnosis. Older women with amniotic fluid have a significantly higher probability than normal pregnant women.
Generally, the probability of accidents will gradually increase with age, but the danger from scratch is not clear.
In the diagnosis, the doctor first checks the fetus to ensure that she is at least 14 weeks pregnant.
Studies have found that unless the diagnosis of amniotic fluid is only two to three weeks in the morning, some people with deformed feet or a noticeable abortion will significantly increase.
Therefore, early diagnosis can cause danger, but the reason cannot be fully explained at present. Generally speaking, there is a possibility that this is known that the reduction of amniotic fluid can cause umbilical cord entanglement (at this time, the umbilical cord has only a linear thickness)-Thereby endangering the blood supply to the oxides.
The doctor recommends that you should take more rest in the three days after the diagnosis, avoid exercise, and avoid carrying heavy objects.
If you have any of the following symptoms, such as bleeding, watery fluid replacement or high fever, you should contact your doctor immediately. These are all symptoms when your pregnancy is in danger.
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If there is a family history such as a genetic disease or a chromosomal abnormality, or if an abnormality is detected by an ultrasound scan, the doctor will also recommend a diagnosis of amniotic fluid.
Some expectant mothers do not have the above situation, in order to eliminate concerns, they will also require a diagnosis of amniotic fluid.
Diagnosis of amniotic fluid includes: 1. Determining weight maturity to deal with high-risk pregnancy. In order to reduce the mortality of preterm infants, it is necessary to understand the maturity of body weight before induction of labor, combined with the measurement of placental function, to choose a favorable time for delivery.
2. Carriers of prenatally diagnosed linked genetic diseases with congenital anomalies, determine the sex during pregnancy; pregnant women over 35 years of age are prone to chromosomal abnormalities; prenatal babies are of congenital stupidity or have a family history; pregnant women have chromosomal abnormalities and congenital metabolic disorders, Family history of enzyme system disorders; the prenatal fetus is a neural tube defect or the latest pregnancy serum albumin value is significantly higher than normal people.
3, suspected maternal and child blood group incompatibility blood group substances and bilirubin are helpful for the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of neonatal ABO hemolytic disease.
If the diagnosis of ABO blood group incompatibility is made, prenatal monitoring and rescue preparation for newborns after delivery should be strengthened.
4. To detect the presence of rubella virus and other infections in pregnant women with intrauterine infection, the specific immunoglobulin in amniotic fluid can be measured.
If interleukins are elevated in the amniotic fluid, there may be subclinical intrauterine infections that can lead to miscarriage or premature birth.
5. Chromosome detection 100% accurate amniotic fluid sample contains cells of skin, skin and other organs, and will be included in the laboratory for culture before being tested.
The results will come out in two weeks.
In most cases, the accuracy of detecting chromosomes is almost 100%, but structural diseases such as deformed feet or heart disease cannot be detected.
Couples with genetic disorders such as familial black idiots and cystic fibrosis must receive a more targeted diagnosis of amniotic fluid.
In general, the process of amniotic fluid diagnosis is safe. Although there is a risk of maternal injury, fetal placenta and umbilical cord injury, amniotic fluid infiltration, miscarriage or premature birth, and the risk of intrauterine infection, the proportion is small, generally not more than 1/200.