If your pregnancy was without complications, the answer to the question: « when to go to the hospital? »unequivocal: only the beginning of labor when contractions begin, or if you have moved (or started to leak) amniotic fluid.Do not be afraid that your chosen hospital slam the door in front of you!Under the law, any maternity hospital or medical institution which has a maternity ward is required to be hospitalized woman who started labor pains!The only exception is if the mothers detected pathology which carries a danger to her life and health, as well as the life and health of her baby.In this case, the woman must submit to a specialized hospital.
healthy women to go to the hospital in advance (even for a few days before the expected birth) should not be!We explain why: the majority of women lying in antenatal wards, there is one or other pathology of pregnancy.Healthy woman talking to such a patient who can get a lot of negative emotions, which is hi
But there are also cases where advance admission to hospital is necessary.These include pregnancy, proceeding with complications (Rhesus-conflict, placenta previa, lag in the development of the fetus, as well as his other pathological conditions), as well as women having a serious hospitalization, such as diabetes, heart disease and kidney failure, high blood pressure,abnormalities in the blood formula.In such cases, in the last months of pregnancy, women need to be kept under close surveillance and control of health care workers.Also, compulsory hospitalization (approximately one - two weeks before the expected date of delivery) are subject to pregnant teens (girls age 17 - 18 years).
If the doctor observing your pregnancy, send you for early admission to the hospital, it does not explain what caused such a need, then you will not be superfluous advice of another doctor (you can even contacta doctor in a hospital maternity ward).It is possible that your doctor will just play safe and you can with a clear conscience to expect the onset of labor at home.However, it may be such that your doctor simply could not explain properly how serious your situation, and what the consequences may be due to the failure of the hospital!In any case, do not ignore your doctor's prescription, and is all to understand, and finally find out, when to go to the hospital - now or the beginning of the birth pangs?If you find something is unclear and unexplained - ask without any hesitation, ask you to explain in detail what is happening with you and your baby, and what might be the consequences of failure hospitalization and treatment.Remember that your decision and your consciousness depends on the health (and sometimes life) is not only yours, but also your child!