Most women are not always aware of the Dangers of pregnancy. Pregnancy is an awesome thing to experience in life it one of the most affected and common things women can experience. However, pregnancy can also be the most dangerous thing. During the time that a woman becomes pregnant it’s very important for her to keep up with her health. There are so many dangers to pregnancy that are not always known until later on in the pregnancy.
One activity can cause a severe harm to either one but mainly the baby growing inside the womb. This is a severe cost to the woman and the baby life's. There are ways to prevent this from happening, sometimes stress is caused from depression which is normal state everyone goes into. To prevent stress you have to relax more and maybe try bed rest with some doctors recommend when you. Your body change can cause your mood to change.
In most cases, they do not know how to deal with asthma during pregnancy. Although there is no doubt that severe asthma attack can be harmful for your pregnancy, it can however be resolved with proper treatment. Causes of asthma during pregnancy: Asthma is a result of chronic inflammation of those airways and tubes that supply air to the lungs. It may be cause due to Allergic trigger for a prolonged period of time Smoking, that causes blockade to the airways Upper respiratory infection like cold or bronchitis Pollution and dust Exercise schedules or excessive exertions Genetic reasons Impact of asthma during pregnancy: 1. Asthma during pregnancy can take the form of shortness of breathe, difficulty in breathing, coughing and wheezing.
One of these is Thrombocytopenia, a disorder related to a low platelets count. It affects many women during the pregnancy. If not treated, it can cause preeclampsia and lead to death to the mother or fetus. Human reproduction is necessary for the continuation of the human race, but thrombocytopenia threatens the continued health of mothers. This makes thrombocytopenia very important and necessary disorder to study and investigate.
It is no secret now that advanced age pregnancy is a detrimental concern, both physically and psychologically. If these concerns would be presented to advanced age women who are choosing to become pregnant, they may reconsider before they take that step. Women and children are diagnosed everyday with concerns and defects due to pregnancies gone wrong and because of a cause, which could have been prevented. This is one way that the mothers, both young and old, can raise awareness in preventing an increase of defects and concerns from occurring in possible advanced age pregnancies.
Having a child with FAS could be very hard. They have difficulties trying to learn certain things. Learning from mistakes make life so much easier, and having a child who cannot do that could be very stressful. Many people put the... ... middle of paper ... ...ssants while pregnant with a child can be a risk because it can cause death to the baby because the mother could have a spontaneous abortion. Also the age of the mother can also cause different risks for the infant.
This procedure would save the life of both mother and child. But sadly since this is not possible with the present technology we have, the tiny innocent baby’s life is lost. Dealing with an ectopic pregnancy is a difficult and painful experience to say the least. Knowing that one is handling it in a moral and just manner can sometimes help to lift the burden and feeling of guilt that can be associated with losing a baby. Hopefully as our technology progresses we will have the ability to diagnose ectopics faster and treat them better.
Substance abuse during pregnancy can have a negative force on the health and wellness of not only the fetus, but that of the mother. The harmful effects of medications, alcohol and illegal drugs on an unborn child can be devastating and can have significant consequences to its use. Sometimes the effects can be faced and treated, and other times the outcome is a lifelong challenge. During the prenatal period, it is important that new mothers are informed of the different types of abuse, how they may affect the fetus, and the adverse conditions their child may be faced with before and after birth. Most women are unaware of the risks associated with taking prescription medications while pregnant.
Problems seen in unborn foetuses include low birth weight, defects and even miscarriage. Problems seen in neonates include sudden infant death syndrome, asthma and childhood obesity. The mother is also at risk of vaginal bleeding and premature labour2. Smoking is also linked to lowering a women's fertility as it lowers the level of oestrogen produced by the body3. This makes it more difficult for a women to get pregnant in the first place, resulting in, possibly, a more stressful start to the pregnancy.
Factors that Negatively Effect Fetal Development Pregnant women that smoke cigarettes on a daily basis can greatly harm their fetus. The Tobacco smoke in cigarettes greatly reduces fetal growth through the presence of nicotine, carbon monoxide, hydrogen cyanide, cadmium and various other aromatic hydrocarbons, but the two most dangerous chemicals that are found in cigarettes are nicotine and carbon monoxide. Nicotine causes the babies heart rate to speed up, reduces placental vascularisation, constricts the placental arteries, and thickens the endothelium of placental blood vessels. This creates a reduction in the placental blood flow, and further reductions in oxygen delivery. As well nicotine interferes with the ability of the placenta to feed the baby the nutrients it requires.