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I Love Children presents a series: Know Your FERTILITY WELLNESS.   Are you planning to start a family but have question...

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July 13 2017
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I Love Children presents a series: Know Your FERTILITY WELLNESS.   Are you planning to start a family but have question...

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When Do I Report To The Hospital?

When you experience any of the symptoms of labour, such as abdominal pain (due to uterine contractions) that is progressively more frequent and lasting longer each time, bloody vaginal discharge or leakage of amniotic fluid. You should also report to the hospital if you experience a significant decrease of fetal movement over the last 24 hours or sudden cessation of fetal movement over the last 12 hours.
 
This fertility special is contributed by the Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital. To read more please visit www.kkh.com.sg/HealthPedia.

 

 
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When Do I Report To The Hospital?

When you experience any of the symptoms of labour, such as abdominal pain (due to uterine contractions) that is progressively more frequent and lasting longer each time, bloody vaginal discharge or leakage of amniotic fluid. You should also report to the hospital if you experience a significant decrease of fetal movement over the last 24 hours or sudden cessation of fetal movement over the last 12 hours.
 
This fertility special is contributed by the Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital. To read more please visit www.kkh.com.sg/HealthPedia.

 

 

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