\”Ten months of pregnancy, one day of delivery\”, pregnant mothers are very prone to anxiety after pregnancy. In the first trimester, I am afraid of miscarriage, in the second trimester, I am afraid of deformity, and in the third trimester, I am afraid of premature birth. I have been careful and careful throughout the entire pregnancy, but there are still accidents. When my cousin was pregnant with her first child, the fetus was only 2 months old and she suddenly miscarried. At that time, my cousin felt that her waist hurt after doing some work. Then she went to the toilet and found that there was bleeding down there. My cousin was confused all of a sudden and was very afraid that something would happen to the baby. When I went for a checkup, it turned out that I had still miscarried. My cousin attributed the accident to the fact that she announced the good news too early, she didn\’t care about the pregnancy, and she worked too much and was overworked. With this experience and lesson, my cousin kept it quiet after she became pregnant. It wasn\’t until I visited my cousin\’s house that time that I realized how big my cousin\’s belly was and that she was already 36 weeks old. I tentatively asked my cousin how she felt this time. My cousin said a little nervously: \”I have cooked a lot of food today and I am probably tired again. I feel a little stomachache and not very comfortable.\” As soon as I heard that, I felt that something was wrong. My cousin obviously hadn\’t reached her due date yet, so she shouldn\’t have abdominal pain. I immediately advised my cousin to go to the hospital and take a look. My cousin planned to go during the day the next day, but I couldn\’t resist. Unexpectedly, when I was about to leave, my cousin was sending me downstairs, and she couldn\’t hold on. My cousin had a severe stomachache and felt bad, so she immediately asked me to take her to the hospital. When she arrived at the hospital, her cousin discovered that there was bleeding down there, the amniotic fluid had broken, and the cervix was wide open. It was indeed a sign of premature labor. So, he was hospitalized immediately. The baby was born just before full term, weighing only about 5 pounds. Fortunately, after a period of observation, the baby\’s indicators were all fine. But to be on the safe side, I let the baby live in an incubator for a week before going home. Premature babies are generally healthy. They only had a low fever once when they were teething at about 8 months old, and never had a cold or fever at other times. He can raise his head and turn over to grab objects, sit, crawl, listen, eat complementary foods, and play, just like a normal child. My cousin thinks this is quite lucky. If I had known I was going to have a premature birth, I should have paid attention to it earlier. When my cousin recalled it later, she discovered that she had actually had signs of premature labor for a long time, but she didn\’t take it seriously. If the fetus is threatened with premature birth, pregnant mothers will generally have these three signals. Babies delivered before 37 weeks are all premature babies. If a pregnant mother gives birth to a baby before the full term at 36 weeks, it is considered a threatened premature birth. There are actually some signs before premature birth. Pregnant mothers should carefully screen them, detect them as early as possible, and seek medical treatment in time. Otherwise, your baby\’s safety may be at risk. What is the Life Guide for Expectant Mothers PDF Signal 1: Uterine contractions When a pregnant mother shows signs of premature labor, she may have uterine contractions. Regular uterine contractions are a typical manifestation of premature labor. Moreover, the intervals between contractions will gradually shorten, and you may feel the urge to defecate. At this time, you should go to the hospital immediately and do not go to the toilet. The difference that needs to be noted is that there is a situation called false contractions. The pregnant mother may not feel any abdominal pain, and the contractions are irregular, but only hurt momentarily and for a short time. So don’t worry in this case, the baby will most likely not be born yet. Signal 2: Bleeding is a very typical sign of miscarriage and premature birth. Once a pregnant mother appears, she must pay special attention to it and do not be careless. pictureMy cousin had this bleeding symptom, accompanied by contractions. Fortunately, he was discovered in time and took the initiative to seek medical treatment and went to the hospital to ensure the safety of adults and babies. Signal 3: The amniotic fluid ruptures. The cervix is dilated and the amniotic fluid ruptures. These are very obvious signs that the baby will be born prematurely. Generally before 36 weeks, if the pregnant mother detects vaginal fluid leaking out during self-examination and has no odor, it may be that the amniotic fluid has ruptured. Pregnant mothers need to seek medical attention as soon as possible to prevent accidents to the fetus. Pregnant mothers are prone to miscarriage in the first trimester, and are very prone to premature birth in the third trimester. Therefore, you need to pay special attention to the changes in your body, detect any signs of discomfort early and seek medical treatment actively. Precautions when seeking medical treatment for threatened premature birth. If a pregnant mother encounters an emergency, don’t panic. When you arrive at the hospital, call the obstetrics department first, and then follow the doctor’s instructions. Actively cooperate with the doctor to conduct relevant examinations and answer every question, so that the problem can be solved faster. During pregnancy, pregnant mothers should actively take pregnancy tests from the beginning of pregnancy. Especially pregnant mothers who have a history of premature birth or miscarriage, are over 40 years old, are underweight, and have a poor financial situation, they should pay more attention to this matter. In the third trimester of pregnancy, pregnant mothers should also pay attention to protecting themselves. For example, you should not stand for more than 40 hours a week. If you feel uncomfortable with reproduction, you should seek medical attention early and receive regular treatment. If necessary, you should stay in bed and recuperate as directed by your doctor. In short, pregnancy is no small matter. The safety of the baby and the pregnant mother is the most important thing. You must not be careless and neglect the prevention of premature birth. If conditions permit, active health education and uterine contraction testing for pregnant mothers are also necessary in the third trimester of pregnancy.