Placental Edema

I was 30 years old, two years ago when I was 16 weeks pregnant, I went to see the doctor and ultrasound found the placenta edema and had to suspend pregnancy. Now I want to get pregnant but I am afraid of being pregnant again. Please tell me the pregnancy this time I have not? (Pham Thi Luu - Son Dong - Bac Giang)
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The placenta is attached to the uterus, ensuring the fetus is provided with enough nutrients and oxygen; At the same time, the placenta produces enough hormones to help the fetus grow.
Nutrients and oxygen are passed from the mother's blood to the fetus through the placenta. The placenta also connects to the fetus through the umbilical cord. The placenta is like a shield, protecting the fetus from many bacteria.
But it does not protect against viruses like the influenza virus, the virus that causes Rubella can still enter the fetus. If a mother smokes or drinks alcohol, the substances from alcohol and drugs can cross the placenta, passed to the fetus


The placenta surface is smooth, shiny, red and about 2 - 4cm thick.


Placental Edema

A normal placenta weighs about 400 - 600g.
When the placenta is swollen, the thickness can be doubled to normal, accompanied by possible fetal abnormalities or amniotic fluid.
The placenta is an intermediary to carry out the nutritious metabolism from mother to child and vice versa for substances that need to be discarded from mother to child. When the placenta is sick, this function is not guaranteed, there is no circulation between the mother and baby blood.
The cause of the placental edema is usually caused by an infection, which may be a virus or a virus (virus), sometimes by a chromosomal abnormality that causes the placenta and fetus to be abnormal.
Women who smoke or drink alcohol, get rubella during pregnancy .
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Placental Edema

are at risk of developing edematous placenta.
In the letter she did not specify the cause of the previous placenta, so now she wanted to get pregnant, she needed to go to the obstetrics department of medical facilities or obstetric hospitals to get advice from a doctor before becoming pregnant.
If the cause is due to an infection, or the germ is done well, then the risk of placental edema is avoided.
In the case of chromosomal abnormalities, it is necessary to be examined by a specialist, to carry out some necessary tests and will advise whether or not to become pregnant again.
There is currently no treatment once the placenta is found. If the pregnancy does not take place actively when the disease progresses, the fetus still progresses but loses itself after a while because the placenta cannot take over the nutritional function of the fetus.
In order not to have placental edema, pregnant women do not smoke, drink alcohol and avoid rubella disease, especially in the first 3 months of pregnancy. Regular check up and monitor pregnancy at health facilities.


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