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Video: Frozen Pregnancy: Causes And Consequences
Frozen pregnancy: causes and consequences
Pregnancy freezes in many cases, and this has nothing to do with the age of the expectant mother. In order to prevent this in time, you need to know the symptoms in order to seek help from a doctor in time.
Fetal freezing symptoms
You need to know that most often fetal freezing occurs in the earliest juices of pregnancy. That is why you need to be especially careful during this period. Symptoms cannot always be identified without the help of a gynecologist.
In the early stages, the main symptoms may be the cessation of toxicosis, if it was before, a decrease in basal temperature and chest pain.
Fading in the later stages manifests itself in the form of pain in the lower abdomen, bloody discharge, or a significant improvement in well-being. In the later stages of pregnancy fading can be determined if the child has stopped moving. Of course, all these symptoms are far from a fact.
Causes of a frozen pregnancy
There are many reasons. It can be very difficult to name one. Most often, hormonal changes in the body of the expectant mother, infectious diseases and chronic infections are directly related to fetal fading. There are times when a woman uses alcohol, drugs or smokes during pregnancy. Freezing of the fetus in these cases is almost inevitable.
The most common diseases that cause fading or miscarriage are chlamydia, herpes, toxoplasmosis, etc. If you plan your pregnancy carefully, then all this can be easily avoided in the very early stages.
Sometimes this is nothing, but just a woman has ureaplasma, which can cause a frozen pregnancy. The fact is that ureaplasma can provoke a sluggish inflammatory process in the female genital organs, including the uterus. Therefore, before planning a pregnancy, you must pass all the necessary tests from a doctor.
Fetal freezing is a very serious problem that is not fully understood. As for the opinion of doctors about fetal freezing, they distinguish the following reasons: hormonal disorders, immunological factors, antiphospholipid syndrome, infections, chromosomal abnormalities, rubella, external factors, stress and antidepressant abuse, addictions: drugs, alcohol, smoking and causes of unknown genesis …
If you have experienced such a misfortune as fetal freezing, then you need to undergo a course of treatment: psychotherapy, if necessary, as well as a course of physical education, exclusion of bad habits and a general examination of both parents.
Reconception is recommended only six months later. Do not forget to visit a gynecologist, monitor your health, and then you will succeed.
Author: Yana M. (specially for Calorizator.ru)
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