Pregnancy against diseases

Frequently asked questions and complaints of pregnant women.  Photo from http://creative.gettyimages.com

During pregnancy, a woman's body there are significant physiological changes that ensure the proper development of the fetus, prepare organism for the upcoming birth and nursing. In this difficult period, the load on all the organs and systems of the future mother is greatly increased, which may lead to an exacerbation of chronic diseases and the development of complications.

This is why women with diseases of the heart, kidneys, liver, lungs and other internal organs are encouraged to visit the relevant experts and be screened at the planning stage of pregnancy. Decompensation or exacerbation of disease treatment is prescribed, after which the physician decides whether to allow pregnancy. The desire to have a baby as soon as possible is absolutely clear, however, do not have to neglect their own health and life. Because if contraindication show up during the pregnancy, it may be necessary to interrupt, which is highly undesirable.

If pregnancy has already occurred, it is recommended:

  • as early as possible to get registered at the antenatal clinic, pass all the necessary specialists and tests. This will take adequate preventive measures and prepare to leave.
  • Find out what mode you should follow to avoid compromising themselves and the unborn baby, how to eat, what Medical exercises exercises could help you carry and give birth to a child;
  • assigned to you do not miss prenatal visits and receptions atmedical specialist (Cardiologist, nephrologist, phlebologist, etc.), time pass all the prescribed examinations;
  • do not give up on hospitalization and medication — it affects not only your health but also the health and life of your baby.

In many large cities, there are hospital specializing in the management of pregnancy and childbirth in women with various extragenital pathology: cardiovascular diseases Rhesus-conflict and various blood diseases, infectious diseases, kidney disease, endocrine disorders, and others. Except Obstetricians and Gynecologists in these hospitals are specialists respective profiles: endocrinologists, cardiologists, surgeons, pulmonologists, nephrologists, etc., as well as the necessary equipment is available for neonatal intensive care.

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