The heavy burden of obesity in pregnancy....!

Women who have overweight are more likely to experience pregnancy complications. Obesity and overweight are underwritten to the growing proportion of almost all adverse outcomes for women and their children, especially in the case of pre-eclampsia, fetal macrosomia, and gestational diabetes, according to the study of 43,000 first-time pregnancies over two years. The burden of obesity is increasing in prevalence among women of reproductive age. The need for preventive strategies to address excess weight prior to pregnancy, saying there was increasing recognition that “by the antenatal period it may be too late to reduce the risks of maternal obesity.
Maternal overweight and obesity in pregnancy are known to increase the risk of an assortment of complications and adverse pregnancy outcomes. Maternal overweight and obesity contribute to a large proportion of obstetric complications. Effective mediation tactics to reduce the prevalence of overweight and obesity in pregnant women could have…

Why babies die?

It is very infrequent for a baby to die in late pregnancy these days because women are in good health and good antenatal care is available. However, regrettably, some babies do die, sometimes without threatening and despite women doing all the right things. Some babies die in the uterus before they are born called an intrauterine fetal death. It can happen during the last half of pregnancy or during the labour and birth, when it is known as intrapartum death. When the baby has died during labour and birth is born, this is called a stillbirth. If a baby is born alive but dies in some weeks of life, this is called a neonatal death.
Many people think that stillbirths happen because of a growing or genetic problem that means the baby could not survive. In detail, this is the case for less than one in ten stillborn babies.For as several as 6 in 10 stillborn babies, the cause of death is not known.
Placental problems
The placenta is the transitory organ that joins the woman and the baby, conse…

How prevention of major obstetric syndromes can improve women’s health!

Improvement of a technique for counteraction of obsessive pregnancy disorder from the places of single beginning dictated by transform practical issue in the fetoplacental framework, with a review of the viability by methodological models of the proof-based drug. A planned report was led among the ladies with a high hazard for decompensation of placental deficiency. The strategy for counteraction of major obstetric disorders by back to back organization of the progestagen dydrogesterone from early terms of incubation with ensuing, in the BO second 50% of growth, substitution with the radioprotector diosmin has indicated its high viability.
The technique for the decision for the anticipation of neurotic pregnancy disorder in a high hazard for decompensation of the embryo (feto) placental framework is the utilization of the progestagen dydrogesterone and the angio-defender diosmin as indicated by the created strategy. The examination has indicated the capability of a focused on the deci…

Four Main Reasons that Mothers Die during Pregnancy and Childbirth!

Early motherhood risk & Unsafe Abortion
Complexity during pregnancy and childbirth are the leading cause of death in young women aged 15 to 19 in developing countries, warned a report published last week. Many adolescent mothers die each year because they have children before they are physically not ready for parenthood, Overall, a third of women from developing countries gave birth before the age of 20—ranging from 8% in east Asia to 55% in west Africa. Analysis of the most recent and best quality data from government statistics for different countries or from international surveys showed that complications from pregnancy and childbirth were the leading cause of death for girls aged 15 to 19 years in poorer countries.
Adolescent women face a high risk of unintended pregnancies and unsafe abortions, with devastating consequences for their lives and health. Around world, every minute, nearly 40 desperate women undergo an unsafe abortion; at least one-fourth of these women are girls …

Is the Prenatal Environment that Important??

The pessimistic effects of environmental exposure during pregnancy on fetal growth and children development have been confirmed. It has been found that environmental exposures during pregnancy have a great influence on the growth and development of fetus, birth outcomes and children's psychology, behavior and neural development. In this review, according to different types of environmental exposures, we focused on the key issues of the fetus or children induced by four aspects of environment exposure, including environmental chemicals, unhealthy life styles and behaviors, stress and other risk factors, and discussed the adverse effects of environmental factors on the growth and development of infants, children's psychology, behavior, social and cognitive, such as birth defects, autism spectrum disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, emotional problems, learning disorder and intelligence development and so on. We also suggested that the researches on mechanism of t…

Preconception Health_ For a Healthy Family !

Preconception Health:
Preconception health refers to the health before pregnancy. Maternal lifestyle in the period prior to conception, as well as during pregnancy, is an important determinant of healthy pregnancy and normal fetal development. By the time most women have realised that they are pregnant and have taken the first contact with antenatal care, the fetal organs have already been developed. Interventions aiming to prevent adverse pregnancy outcomes related to organogenesis are thus often too late. Risk factors include insufficient nutrition, low levels of folate, overweight/obesity, medical conditions and its treatments, alcohol and tobacco use, and high age.
Maternal nutrition both preconception and during pregnancy can affect growth, development and later health outcomes of the fetus. To reduce the risk of neural tube defects (NTDs) in the fetus, women are advised an intake of 400 μg folic acid daily in good time before conception and up to 12 weeks after. As an increasing …

Hope during High risk Pregnancy!

High-risk pregnancies affect a notable number of women each year. Around 22% of all pregnant women are classified as having high-risk pregnancies. A high-risk pregnancy is defined as any pregnancy in which there is evidence of actual or potential threat of harm to the life or health of the mother and/or the baby because of a disorder or situation coincidental with or unique to pregnancy. Women who were suffering through high-risk pregnancies may require complex care involving lifestyle modifications, pharmacological and technical support and even hospitalization. As a result, these women may experience feelings of vulnerability because they have a high-risk pregnancy and thus be more exposed to stressful feelings. Research into the social and psychological aspects of high-risk pregnancies has focused on the concerns, stressors and needs of women with high-risk pregnancies during the antepartum period.
Who is likely to have a high-risk pregnancy?
You are at risk if you: Smoke. Are overwe…