Pregnancy: what nutrients do you need? How to prevent malnutrition?

Analysis of the most important nutrients during pregnancy Fetal development requires the joint participation of lipids, proteins, taurine, folic acid, vitamin A, zinc, iron, iodine and other nutrients. Protein Protein is the material basis of life and brain intelligence. Protein deficiency can cause fetal brain development disorder, affect intelligence level, and lead to cognitive impairment….

How do I get folic acid? What if we add too much?

It is almost well known that folic acid supplementation is required during pregnancy preparation and pregnancy through years of popularizing science.  As a medical worker, I am also worried about: some businesses through excessive promotion of the role of folic acid, to achieve hidden commercial interests, is not conducive to the public’s correct understanding of…

Five tips to help your uterus recover after delivery

At about 40 weeks of gestation, the uterus of a pregnant mother changes greatly, from an initial organ weighing about 50g with a volume of 5ml to an organ that can hold the fetus, placenta, umbilical cord, amniotic fluid, and so on. After going through pregnancy and childbirth, the uterus starts to start the repair…

10 of the most common forms of unwanted pregnancies

As modern men and women become more open to sexual attitudes, an unsafe sexual act that seeks excitement may allow young people to experience the hardships of their parents early. If you have sex and don’t want to have children so fast, you have to consider the problem of contraception, but there are always some…

Breaking women’s “patent” male birth control pills.

The use of drugs for contraception seems to be a woman’s patent. After all, just a slight change in the secretory cycle to stop ovulation, you can safely achieve the goal. But women are too hard to bear, pregnant in October, hard to give birth, breast-feeding and so on are the responsibility of the mother,…