Factors Affecting(unfavorable condition)The Baby In The Prenatal Period
Unfavorable Conditions In The Prenatal Environment:
- Malnutrition of mother
- Vitamin A, B, D glandular deficiencies
- Excessive use of Alchool
- Excessive Smoking
- Use of drugs, especially narcotics and tronamilizers
- Diseases that are constant,such as Diabetes,Tuberculasis, or Cancer
- Certain Temporary diseases, such as Rubella and The Venereal diseases
- Severe and Constant stress on the mother.
Some unfavorable conditions bring about a "Miscarriage".
What Is a Miscarriage?
A miscarriage is the loss of a baby before the 20th week of pregnancy. The medical term for a miscarriage is spontaneous abortion. But it isn’t an abortion in the common meaning of the term.
Symptoms of a miscarriage include:
🔵 Bleeding that goes from light to heavy
🔵 Severe cramps
🔵 Belly pain
🔵 Worsening or severe back pain
🔵 Fever with any of these symptoms
🔵 Weight loss
🔵 White-pink mucus
🔵 Tissue that looks like blood clots passing from your vagina
🔵 Fewer signs of pregnancy
If you have these symptoms, contact your doctor right away. They’ll tell you whether to come to the office or go to the emergency room.
A woman has a higher risk of miscarriage if they:
🔵 Are over age 35
🔵 Have certain diseases, such as diabetes or thyroid problems
🔵 Have had three or more miscarriages.
As many as 50% of all pregnancies end in miscarriage -- most often before a woman misses a menstrual period or even knows they’re pregnant. About 15%-25% of recognized pregnancies will end in a miscarriage.
More than 80% of miscarriages happen within the first 3 months of pregnancy. Miscarriages are less likely to happen after 20 weeks. When they do, doctors call them late miscarriages.
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