By risk factors during pregnancy , could negatively affect its development include the following:
- the presence of one or both parents-acute or chronic infectious diseases, as well as latent infections.It is advisable before pregnancy to hold treatment of any chronic disease - tonsillitis, sinusitis, sinusitis, cystitis, bronchitis and others.Also, do not neglect dental visits, as is often the site of infection is in the mouth.Mandatory when planning pregnancies are testing for AIDS / HIV, chlamydia, hepatitis B and C, toxoplasmosis, ureaplasmosis, mycoplasmosis, HPV, syphilis, cytomegalovirus, herpes (the so-called latent infection).Cure above diseases better than before pregnancy.
Since the main carriers of certain infections are rodents and cats, the period of preparation for pregnancy and pregnancy itself - not the best time to acquire pets!However, this does not mean that you need to give someone your favorite cat for a long time living in your home.First, you have most likely developed
- presence of common diseases (endocrine, cardiovascular, and others.) Leads to a malfunction of the expectant mother, so that the child is not getting enough oxygen and nutrients, which in turn leads to wrong its development.During pregnancy, there is an exacerbation of the disease, due to which a woman who is suffering from a serious disease, it is necessary before conception a consultation with specialists and examined to ascertain how the pregnancy will affect her health condition, the diseased organ, as well as tofind out whether all child bearing.If existing disease requires constant medication, you need to find out from your doctor what effect they may have on a child's development, there is a possibility of reducing the dose or replace them with other drugs that do not cause pregnancy pathologies.
- pathological changes in the reproductive organs of women (uterine fibroids, endometriosis, postoperative scars, etc.) can give rise to a variety of abnormalities in the normal course of pregnancy, such as ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage, premature birth, abnormal placenta previa and others.
also risk factors during pregnancy include poor diet women;smoking (active and passive, ie, smoke inhalation when someone smokes nearby);heavy physical activities;women under the age of 17-20 years, 30-35 years of age or older and stress.By particularly at risk include women who have a past miscarriage or premature birth;born dead children;conception occurred after the treatment of infertility or a woman observed menstrual disorders caused by hormonal disorders.