Lack of nutrition before pregnancy

Comments · 279 Views

It is very important for women to supplement nutrition before pregnancy. There are two reasons: one is that women are malnourished, which can lead to infertility; the other is that pregnant women are undernourished before pregnancy, which can lead to lack of nutrition for the fetus at the

It is very important for women to supplement nutrition before pregnancy. There are two reasons: one is that women are malnourished, which can lead to infertility; the other is that pregnant women are undernourished before pregnancy, which can lead to lack of nutrition for the fetus at the beginning of pregnancy and affect fetal development.

Malnutrition in women can lead to infertility. This is because the health of the mother and whether the nutrition is adequate will affect the vitality of the eggs. For example, severely malnourished women can lead to amenorrhea and infertility; adolescent women's malnutrition can lead to sparse menstruation and amenorrhea, which affects future reproductive ability; some women are picky eaters and severe partial eclipses, which can also lead to nutritional deficiencies, which will lead to infertility. pregnant.

Pregnant women are undernourished before pregnancy, leading to lack of nutrition for the fetus at the beginning of pregnancy. The development of the fetus in the mother’s body for 10 months. In the first 1 to 3 months, the vital organs of the fetus, such as the heart, liver, kidney, intestine and stomach, will be differentiated during this period and begin to take shape, and the brain is also Rapid development. Therefore, during this critical period, the fetus must obtain sufficient and complete nutrition from the mother. Part of these nutrition needs to be reserved in the body before pregnancy, otherwise the supply will be insufficient. Moreover, just in the critical period of 1 to 3 months after pregnancy, it is the period when pregnant women are prone to pregnancy reactions. Nausea, vomiting, and reluctance to eat will occur, which will affect the intake of adequate nutrition. Insufficient, there is no necessary nutrient reserves in the body, and the fetus cannot get enough nutrients from the mother’s body, which will affect the early development of the fetus. Lack of vitamin A or zinc may cause fetal malformations. In addition, women who are malnourished before pregnancy may affect breast dysplasia and insufficient milk secretion after delivery, which will affect the feeding of newborns. On the contrary, newborns born to pregnant women with good nutritional status before pregnancy not only meet the standard weight, are in better health, but also have strong resistance and low prevalence.

Use the doppler fetal monitor to view the heartbeat of the fetus in the abdomen, observe the fetus at all times, and pay attention to his growth.

Comments