Taibao intrauterine dysplasia has symptoms, pregnant mothers have these manifestations, mostly warning signals

After pregnancy, the pregnant mother will have a lot of uncomfortable reactions, and this kind of pregnancy reaction in a certain sense can make the pregnant mother at ease, it shows that the fetus is developing well. But sometimes these “abnormal symptoms” may also mean that Taibao may be malnourished.

her best friend Tongtong has been pregnant for nearly six months. She has always been in good health. Her husband and mother-in-law are deeply distressed, so they ask her to resign and go home to concentrate on self-cultivation. Although Tongtong is still dizzy, she doesn’t take it seriously. It’s just like thinking that she might be pregnant.

until that day when I was walking downstairs, I just met aunt Zou, a retired obstetrician and Gynecology doctor. Tongtong said a word. Unexpectedly, aunt Zou immediately changed her face and asked Tongtong to contact the doctor for an examination.

originally, her husband thought that Aunt Zou was making a fuss, but he still “would rather believe it”. As a result, the doctor found that Tongtong was iron deficiency anemia, and the baby was a little bit of intrauterine dysplasia.

the doctor can’t help but blame Tongtong and her husband for being so indifferent to the fetus and being dizzy for such a long time. If this continues, what will happen to the fetus?

according to scientific research, if there is malnutrition in the embryonic stage, the number of brain cells is only 82% of that of excellent infants; if long-term malnutrition occurs, the brain cerebellum and brain stem of fetus are only 1 / 2-3 / 4 of that of infants with excellent brain development.

it should be noted that if the fetus is malnourished, abnormal reactions will often occur on the pregnant mother, and the manifestations vary in different periods of pregnancy.

usually in the early pregnancy, due to the increase of progesterone and chorionic gonadotropin levels in the body, it will inhibit the secretion of gastric acid, resulting in pregnancy vomiting and nausea and other pregnancy reactions.

if the reaction of early pregnancy is particularly serious, it is almost to the level of what to eat and vomit, the pregnant mother will also have a thin face, dizziness and fatigue. The symbiosis of the fetus and the mother is the only source of nutrition for him, and naturally will be “implicated” and suffer from malnutrition.

anemia: the most common reason is that when the fetus enters the rapid development state, a large number of nutrients in the pregnant mother’s body are absorbed, and the human body’s demand for iron increases. If the fetus is not supplemented in time, the growth and development of the fetus will be limited.

leg cramps: the second trimester of pregnancy is the stage of rapid development of fetal bones. Because the absorption rate of calcium is unprecedented, and the free calcium available for absorption by the mother is limited, the calcium contained in the mother’s bones will be “forcibly absorbed”. After calcium deficiency, the pregnant mother will have obvious tooth loosening, leg cramps and other discomfort.

the Chinese Nutrition Society suggested that: for pregnant women with normal weight before pregnancy, the weight gain during pregnancy should be 11.5-16kg, and that of overweight pregnant women should be controlled within 7-11.5kg.

1-3 months of gestation: the fetus in this period is mainly characterized by nerve development and organ tissue differentiation, and the weight gain is not obvious, about 0.5kg-2kg.

the general appetite during pregnancy is not very good. In addition, it is now in the hot summer, and there are pregnancy reactions such as vomiting and acid regurgitation to “play tricks”, which makes people “tasteless”.

folic acid should be supplemented appropriately in preparation and early pregnancy. Calcium and vitamin D should be supplemented after the second trimester to moderately relieve constipation and flatulence. Dietary fiber is also a good choice, but do not overdo it to avoid affecting digestive function.