5 women who are prone to miscarriage, be careful during pregnancy

Abortion, this embarrassing ending, actually accounts for 15% to 20% of all pregnancies. Once a miscarriage occurs, the mother’s physical and mental health and family happiness will be affected.

Unfortunately, the following five types of women may be at greater risk than others, and they should be more careful when they become pregnant.

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1. Women with a history of “bad pregnancy”

The “bad pregnancy history” here refers specifically to the situation in which fetal chromosomal abnormalities cause miscarriage.

Fetal chromosomal abnormalities are the most common cause of miscarriage. Common three-body abnormalities and “X monomer abnormalities” are common.

  • Abortion caused by chromosomal abnormalities usually occurs in the first 3 months of pregnancy, accounting for 50% to 60% of early abortions (12 weeks ago);
  • Almost 30% of late abortions (12 weeks to 27 weeks) are due to chromosomal abnormalities.

What should I do if I have had such a situation?

  • Before pregnancy, the husband and wife go to do a chromosome check. If any one has a chromosomal abnormality, you should consult a doctor first and then consider pregnancy.
  • 9 to 14 weeks of pregnancy, do ultrasound examination to rule out serious fetal malformations, such as no brain;
  • 15 to 20 weeks of pregnancy, using Down’s screening, non-invasive NDA examination, amniocentesis, etc., can estimate the risk of pregnancy;
  • 18 to 24 weeks of gestation, ultrasound examination is performed to screen fetal malformations, because fetal structural abnormalities caused by chromosomal abnormalities can be observed at this time.

In addition, the quality of the egg of the elderly maternal decline, the probability of fetal chromosomal abnormalities increases, so the pregnancy has to be early!

2. women with abnormal endocrine

The following “endocrine abnormalities” may cause miscarriage during pregnancy:

  • Lack of luteal function;
  • Abnormal placenta function;
  • diabetes;
  • Pregnancy combined with hyperthyroidism.

What should I do if there is such a situation?

We don’t have to be overly nervous about this. These situations are basically easy to control.

However, “easy to control” does not mean that it is not important. If you can’t take these problems seriously, don’t follow the doctor’s advice, or even go to the doctor at all, it won’t work.

Only by cooperating with doctors and actively treating them, and suppressing these diseases in the “buddy state”, the baby and the pregnant mother can be safe and healthy.

Among them, because pregnant mothers with “gestational diabetes” have relatively more, so here as an example, focus on the specific “how to do.”

During pregnancy, no matter what kind of “diabetes” the pregnant mother is suffering, as long as the blood sugar control is not good, the incidence of abortion will increase by 15% to 30%. In this case, huge children, fetal malformations, neonatal hypoglycemia and so on.

  • Control blood sugar and then get pregnant: If you already have diabetes before pregnancy, be sure to control your blood sugar after your doctor’s guidance before you become pregnant.
  • Early control, hospitalization if necessary: ​​to fight for the early stage of high blood sugar levels, use diet and exercise to curb the upward trend, if the blood glucose level during pregnancy is too high, it is necessary to be hospitalized under the guidance of a doctor;
  • Proper use of insulin: Insulin is not a savage beast. If it is used, it does not mean that the condition is serious. It is normal to apply insulin therapy. It is safe to use under the guidance of a doctor.

3. Female with abnormal reproductive organ structure

In this part, we mainly talk about “uterine fibroids” and “cervical insufficiency.” In addition, relatively rare uterine dysplasia, mediastinal uterus, double-horned uterus, uterine mediastinum and other congenital uterine structural abnormalities, can easily lead to miscarriage. These conditions are generally found through some tests during physical examination or medical examination.

1. Uterine fibroids

The incidence of uterine fibroids in women is more than 20%, which can be said to cause a lot of trouble for women who are pregnant.

There are many types of uterine fibroids, one of which is called “submucosal uterine fibroids”, which causes miscarriage by affecting embryo implantation.

2. Cervical insufficiency

The uterus after pregnancy is like a big cloth bag. The cervix is ​​like the opening of a bag. When the opening is not tight, “cervical insufficiency” will occur, which will easily lead to miscarriage.

Cervical laceration, history of cervical surgery, and relaxation of the internal cervix are all prone to cervical insufficiency.

What should I do if there is such a situation?

  • Be sure to do a pre-pregnancy check and find out the problem in a timely manner;
  • Uterine fibroids are not a contraindication to pregnancy, but before pregnancy, it is best to talk to the doctor to assess the risk of miscarriage.

4. women infected with certain pathogens

The infection that needs the most attention during pregnancy is the “TORCH” that we often hear during pregnancy tests.

TORCH is an abbreviation for a group of microbial infections during pregnancy, namely:

  • T-Toxoplasma gondii
  • O-Other (Others, including chlamydia, etc.)
  • R-Rubella virus
  • C-cytomegalo virus
  • H-Herpes simplex virus (Herps simplex virus)

Because they have little effect on the mother, it is difficult to find out if it is infected unless specifically examined.

However, they can directly infect the fetus, cause miscarriage, and are also likely to cause fetal malformations, so it is a high risk factor for miscarriage.

What should I do if there is such a situation?

  1. Standardize the birth check and discover such infections through early inspection;
  2. Avoid eating raw, unclean food during pregnancy;
  3. Do not raise new pets or other animals during pregnancy – and if you are a pet raised before pregnancy, vaccinate and clean.

In addition, the pelvic and uterine infection caused by irregular abortion, the mother itself often does not feel any symptoms, but may also cause miscarriage.

Therefore, to take protective measures and avoid artificial abortion is not only a protection for oneself, but also a powerful measure to prevent abortion.

5. Women who are exposed to “risk factors”

Smoking, drugs, alcoholism, and excessive drinking of coffee are extremely unfavorable factors for both the fetus and the mother. I believe everyone will pay attention.

Life and work environment are also very important. Excessive exposure to radiation, lead, arsenic, benzene, formaldehyde, some organic solvents, etc., can also lead to miscarriage. Therefore, during pregnancy, it may be necessary to avoid contact with certain types of detergents during housekeeping.

What should I do if there is such a situation?

  • Stay away from tobacco and alcohol and stay away from drugs;
  • Drink coffee in moderation, pay attention to the ingredient label, no more than 200 mg caffeine per day is safe;
  • If the pregnant mother is engaged in special work, such as laboratory researchers or workers in certain factories, he should take a break at the right time, reduce the contact of poisonous items, or suspend work after pregnancy;
  • The decoration materials in the home must use regular qualified products.

Pray, the next pregnancy, can be perfect.

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