Posted by: violet | 2004/01/09


Ek is 9 weke swanger en my verslag sê date ek "early abruptio" het en ook 'n tekort aan amniotic fluids. Wat beteken dit en wat gaan gebeur?

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Abruptio is separation of the placenta. This only occurs later in pregnancy. If you have had some sepeartion of the placenta at 9 weeks, this means that a miscarriage is more likely, but you should discuss this with your gynaecologist.

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Posted by: www | 2004/01/09

Hello violet, dis vir my vreemd dat jou dokter of ginekoloog nie die situasie met jou bespreek het nie. Abruptio is as die plasenta skeur of te vroeg wegtrek van die baarmoeder af. Ek weet regtig nie wat die gevolg van so iets so vroeg in die swangerskap sal wees nie, maar ek sou dit baie dringend met my dokter bespreek.

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