Congenital malformations are birth defects that occur while the baby is developing in the womb. It can involve any part, including the heart, brain, and limbs.
Dehydration during pregnancy is when a pregnant woman does not have enough fluids in her body. It can cause premature labor, low birth weight, etc.
Amniotic fluid is a clear, slightly yellowish liquid that surrounds the fetus in the uterus during pregnancy. It is present in the amniotic sac.
Meconium aspiration syndrome (MAS) is a life-threatening condition that can occur in newborns. It can occur when a newborn inhales meconium (dark green feces).
Fetal distress is a condition that can occur during pregnancy, labor, or delivery. It happens when the baby is not getting enough oxygen through the placenta.
The fetal membranes are the membrane that surrounds the fetus during pregnancy. The amnion and the chorion make up the fetus's amniotic sac.
Amniocentesis is a prenatal test used to detect genetic abnormalities in a developing baby by withdrawing a small amount of amniotic fluid from mother's womb.
Post-term pregnancy, also known as postmaturity is a pregnancy continuing beyond two weeks of the expected date of delivery (>294 days or 42 weeks).
Generally, a pregnant woman can gain weight around 11 to 16 kg during her single pregnancy depending on her pre-pregnancy body mass index (BMI).