What is the reason for the small size of the fetus in the ninth month and the method of treatment?

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 The small size of the fetus in the ninth month


The small size of the fetus in the ninth month


The ninth month of fetal development The ninth month of pregnancy is one of the most important months of pregnancy for the fetus. It should be noted that the fetus acquires the mother’s immunity during this month, as antibodies are transmitted from the mother’s body through the placenta to the child’s body, which protects him at birth from some diseases. 

 roll The size of the fetus in the ninth month The baby in the mother's womb is 3 to 4 kilograms, if the fetus is smaller than that, there will be small size and weight loss, and the reasons are many, including the age of the mother, the elderly, and the oldest. 

Bad behaviors such as smoking, alcohol, and drug abuse hurt the health of the fetus and the mother. The mother also suffers from some diseases such as German measles, Mongolian anemia, diabetes, high blood pressure, and some other infectious diseases, 

which may be transmitted from the mother through the placenta to the fetus, It plays a certain role in the health of the mother before pregnancy occurs. Important for the health of the fetus, 

  • if a mother is underweight, she is more likely to have a baby than a normal or large mother. Research has also proven that the placenta plays a role in the baby's weight and size. 
  • This can negatively affect the fetus if the placenta is lazy and does not work well in transferring food to the fetus About the health and size of the fetus How the small doctor detects the fetus by simply measuring the length and weight of the fetus to find out the size of the fetus, 
  • he can also feel the size of the fetus by pressing on the bottom of the fetus. The mother’s abdomen and touch the fetus’s body, 
  • or he can monitor the fetus by ultrasound or examine the organs to ensure the integrity and absence of the fetus’s organs. About disease and disability, 
  • we must distinguish between young children and children with developmental delays because a third of newborns are young and the rest are young and do not suffer from any disease.