Why is fetal arrest becoming more and more common in women? Most of them are related to the following four factors

As we all know, it is very hard for women to conceive in October. During this period, expectant mothers not only have to bear all kinds of discomfort during pregnancy, but also the health of their fetuses.

fetal arrest is a common symptom of expectant mothers during pregnancy, and the causes of its formation are also very complicated. Therefore, mothers to be must carefully observe their physical reactions during pregnancy.

let’s let ya ya’s mother take you to know the omen of “fetal arrest”. If the mother to be appears the following four situations, we should pay attention to it!

but Ma Ya reminds expectant mothers that if these reactions disappear inexplicably in the first three months of pregnancy, there may be fetal arrest.

some mothers to be may have a small amount of bleeding when they are just pregnant. This is due to the implantation of fertilized eggs. Mothers to be need not worry about this situation.

in most cases, it will not appear red during pregnancy. If the expectant mother has abdominal pain and red, and the amount of bleeding is still more, we should pay attention to whether it is the mother to be or the fetus has problems.

once a mother to be finds dark red or brown blood secretions in her lower body, she should go to the hospital for examination in time to avoid the possibility of threatened abortion.

if the mother to be thinks that the baby doesn’t love moving or the fetal movement has decreased compared with usual, she should pay attention to whether there is any abnormal situation in the baby. At this time, she needs to go to the hospital for examination immediately.

according to research, even if the chromosomes of both husband and wife are normal, chromosome abnormalities may occur during gamete formation and embryo development.

the baby in the belly of a expectant mother is actually an allotransplantation. Because the baby is a combination of father and mother, it is impossible to be exactly the same as the mother.

if the immunity of the mother to be and the baby is not suitable, the mother will reject the fetus. For example, common autoimmune diseases: lupus erythematosus, scleroderma, mixed connective tissue disease, dermatomyositis, etc.

the second reason is reproductive immunity. If we carry certain antibodies, we may affect the development of embryos. There are four specific factors:

anti hCG antibody: this hormone is actually an important hormone secreted seven days after sperm egg binding. But if they have this antibody, they will resist the secretion of hormones, leading to embryo termination.

three important hormone levels are required for early embryonic development: one is estrogen, the second is progesterone, and the third is human chorionic gonadotropin.

among them, the most common is luteal dysfunction, which leads to endometrial growth retardation and short luteal phase, which affects the implantation of fertilized eggs or early pregnancy abortion.

luteal dysfunction is often accompanied by other gland dysfunction, such as hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism, diabetes, relative androgen increase and hyperprolactinemia. These factors are not conducive to embryo development and are closely related to abortion.

congenital Mullerian duct abnormalities: including single horn uterus, double uterus and double horn uterus, resulting in narrow uterine cavity and limited blood supply. Dysgenesis of uterine artery can lead to dyssynchrony of decidualization and abnormal implantation.

intrauterine adhesions: intrauterine adhesions and fibrosis are mainly caused by intrauterine trauma, infection or residual placenta tissue. It hinders normal decidualization and placental implantation.

hysteromyoma and endometriosis: it causes blood supply reduction, leads to ischemia and venous dilatation, and dyssynchrony of decidualization. Abnormal implantation and hormonal changes caused by fibroids can also cause pregnancy failure.

some expectant mothers who suffered from fetal arrest have no obvious symptoms, abdominal pain and vaginal bleeding. They are only diagnosed with fetal arrest when they are found to have stopped developing during routine labor examination.

in fact, once the fetus stops developing and the fetal heart rate disappears, there is no need to protect the fetus again. In addition, after fetal arrest, the embryo will release some substances, resulting in abnormal coagulation function of the mother.

for expectant mothers whose embryos can not be discharged naturally, if the pregnant tissue is not removed from the uterine cavity in time, it may cause serious consequences such as massive hemorrhage or incomplete abortion.

secondly, once the embryo that has not been discharged for a long time is myogenic, the trauma to the endometrium will be very great if you want to clean it up, and it will directly affect the future pregnancy.

if the mother to be encounters the problem of fetal arrest for the first time, it is a matter of probability, so you can not do the examination and don’t be nervous. But if repeated fetal arrest, it is necessary to consider the sequence from noninvasive to minimally invasive screening.

These include semen routine of the man, chromosome of both husband and wife, blood type, torch of the woman, B-ultrasound of Gynecology, complete set of sex hormone, thyroid function and progesterone in luteal phase.

although it’s just a matter of probability, and this situation is beyond our control, there are still many things that mothers to be can do that are beneficial to pregnancy.