Is a woman’s sixth sense really accurate? Baoma: it was my natural paranoia that saved the baby and myself!

The story I want to share with you today is the personal experience of a treasure mother. In order to make it easy for you to read, I will use the first person to tell you. Please see the end of the big housework. < / P > < p > I am a naturally suspicious and cautious character. I often have a feeling without any judgment and prediction. I am particularly sensitive to some things. It is this character that saves the baby and myself. < / P > < p > after 33 weeks of pregnancy, I went to the hospital for routine prenatal examination, everything else was normal, only the baby’s head and limbs were not in harmony. At that time, the examination was carried out in our small county, and the doctors there could not tell. Therefore, I suggested that I go to the city hospital to have a look. As a result, I went to the municipal maternal and child health care hospital the next morning. When I was doing B-ultrasound, my doctor called her teacher and came to the conclusion that “placental blood pool” had little impact. So I went back to the clinic. The doctor looked at the check list and said that the baby’s head and thighs were short, which might be a normal phenomenon. I asked me not to worry too much and continue to go home to raise the baby. When I came home that day, I was tossing and turning in bed, hardly sleeping all night. My sixth sense from a woman told me that things might not be that simple. < p > < p > her husband consulted several authoritative obstetrics and Gynecology experts in China on the Internet, and they said that there might be 20% of Down’s children in this situation. It was Thursday. I wanted to say that I would go to the provincial hospital for examination next Monday, but the sixth sense became stronger and stronger. So I discussed with my husband that in case of Tang’s son, we should check it out as soon as possible and do induced labor as soon as possible. < / P > < p > it takes three hours from the county to the provincial hospital. We set out at six in the morning and arrive at the hospital at nine o’clock. Our friends have already registered for us. So they began to queue up for production inspection. The procedure was the same as the previous two days. There were a lot of people doing the inspection that day. < / P > < p > at that time, it happened that a famous expert in the hospital helped me to examine. The result was that the placenta was thickened. If you want to know, you have to do a lot of tests. So, we continue to go back to the outpatient clinic to see the results, the doctor said and online consultation is almost the same, that is, there is a 20% chance of Down’s children. However, we have a problem: umbilical cord blood puncture is needed to check Down’s syndrome, because the gestational age is too big to do amniocentesis, and the puncture will have the probability of abortion, and we can’t do it on the same day. We need to make an appointment and let us make our own decision. < p > < p > the husband meant that even if there was a risk, he would have to make an appointment for a puncture. But I am more worried about why the placenta is thickened and if I have any other problems? Therefore, we made an appointment for the expert number of another provincial hospital because there were too many people in this hospital. < / P > < p > the next morning, we got out of the hotel to take a taxi. It was still raining heavily. It took about 20 minutes for us to get a taxi. Fortunately, the hospital was not very far away. It took more than ten minutes to get there. Fortunately, there are not too many people, but a young woman doctor is the doctor for me. After seeing my previous examination of courage, let me lie down quickly, saying that we should listen to fetal heart rate. After listening to fetal heart rate for a period of time, the reality is normal. During this period, the female doctors kept running in and out. They contacted the doctors who were doing B-mode ultrasound. They said that they were all full of appointments. They would like to see which doctor could help put a person in. She asked me several times if I was feeling sick, and I said no. Then she told me that I needed to be hospitalized for observation, and I thought at that time that there was no problem. < / P > < p > when I was about to leave work, I was finally arranged to do B-ultrasound. A teacher and a student chatted while checking, saying that it was probably placental abruption. At the same time, they asked me several times whether I was uncomfortable or bleeding, and I said no. < / P > < p > I didn’t know about placental abruption at that time, but the doctor told me that I needed to be hospitalized and had to have a cesarean section immediately, otherwise the child and I would be in danger. At this time, I was really confused. Then the doctor explained to me that I was pregnant in their eyes as a recessive placental abruption, because compared with the results of B-ultrasound in recent days, the placenta was thickening every day, indicating that the internal part of the placenta was peeling off and congested, and the speed was very fast, so the operation must be performed immediately. < / P > < p > and then the doctor asked me with an unthinkable look: “I’m not feeling well. Why do you know to come to the hospital?” Also said that their clinical experience of placental abruption are bleeding to the hospital, recessive words can not be detected so early. < / P > < p > supplementary explanation: recessive placental abruption is from the placenta internal separation, there is no abdominal pain, no bleeding, once the exfoliation is completed, it will fall directly, and then the child will be gone. And then there’s a little bit of bleeding, and finally abdominal pain, to be found. < p > < p > the operation went well. The baby was born with 3 Jin and 3 Liang, which was a boy, and was directly sent to the incubator. After living in the incubator for more than 20 days, I did a lot of tests, including Down’s genetic test, and everything was normal. < / P > < p > conclusion: this matter is particularly frightening. If there was no particularly bad sixth sense at that time and did not insist on going to the hospital for examination, the consequences would be unimaginable. Fortunately, everything is OK, even if the process is rough, the result is good. 08/16/2020