Copyright ⓒ 2014 John Sangwon Lee, MD., FAAP
When to go for the next pregnancy examination 그 다음 정기 임신 검진을 받으러 병원에 갈 때
- It is impossible to uniformly determine how often and how many times pregnancy check-ups should be performed regularly from pregnancy to delivery. The method, frequency, and clinical tests to be performed at the time of regular pregnancy check-ups are slightly different depending on the health status of pregnant women and fetuses in the country, the number of pregnancy, the presence or absence of pregnancy complications, doctors, and other conditions.
- However, in general, it is recommended that you undergo regular pregnancy check-ups as follows until you are pregnant and deliver. If pregnancy is progressing normally, it is recommended to undergo a pregnancy check-up about once a month during the first 6 months of pregnancy, about once every two weeks during the 7-8 months of pregnancy, and about once a week from the beginning of the birth month to delivery. do.
- Whenever you get a regular pregnancy checkup, check to see if your pregnancy is progressing normally. The pregnant woman’s weight and blood pressure are measured, and urine and blood tests are performed if necessary.
- To find out if the fetus is growing and developing well, listen to the sound of the fetus’s heartbeat and find out the degree to which the pregnant woman’s belly is called.
- Also, do a fetal ultra-sound test. It is not necessary to undergo a seismic examination or blood test every time you receive a regular pregnancy checkup.
- Pregnancy check-ups are slightly different from time to time, and clinical tests are also slightly different as needed. Before going to the hospital for pregnancy checkups, if you have any questions about pregnancy, childbirth, postpartum recovery, and childcare, it would be good to take a memo with them and ask a doctor or nurse.
- When a pregnant woman goes to the hospital for the first pregnancy check-up When a doctor or nurse cannot find out all the past and present medical history of the pregnant woman and her husband
- When going to the second regular pregnancy check-up Before the first pregnancy check-up by a doctor or nurse The remaining troops were not fully recognized at one time.
- In addition, to help pregnant women safely get pregnant and to help the pregnant woman deliver a healthy baby in the best possible health, the family members of both the pregnant woman and her husband have any inherited diseases, what diseases are they currently suffering from, etc. I would like to know more about family medical history.
- For example, find out if a pregnant woman, husband, or family member of a couple has diabetes, kidney disease, thyroid disease, respiratory disease, or any other type of acute or chronic disease.
- If a pregnant woman or husband’s family member has an acute or chronic infectious disease in the past or present, whether the infectious disease can infect the pregnant woman or fetus, and if there is a genetic disease, pregnancy check-up to prevent the fetus or baby from getting such a disease
- More detailed and appropriate clinical tests are also performed. If a pregnant woman suffers from a disease, it actively helps to diagnose and treat the disease early so that a healthy baby can be delivered easily. Copyright ⓒ 2014 John Sangwon Lee, MD., FAAP
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