Premature baby’s birth during pregnancy

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Premature baby’s birth during pregnancy

Premature baby’s birth during pregnancy |Premature pregnancy increases the risk of preterm birth. In women who are exposed to various nutritional disorders during pregnancy, their chances of preterm birth are 70% higher. This was revealed in a medical study in Sweden. The Karolinska Institute’s research, after looking at data from 12 million women, also discovered that premature babies may be much smaller than their bodies. According to research, nutritional deficiency and stress hormone increases are linked to nutritional disorders that cause problems in the development of the baby. Researchers say that pregnant women who suffer from food cravings or starvation all the time should go to the doctor often for a screening.

Dietary disorders affect millions of people worldwide and most of them are women of the age of puberty or of motherhood. It has already been proven that problems with dietary habits can lead to poor growth, premature birth, low birth weight, respiratory disorders, and others, but more extensive research has not been done in this regard. The results of this new research were published in the medical journal JAMA Psychiatry and reviewed the mothers who gave birth in Sweden from 2003 to 2014. About 2800 of these women were diagnosed with eating disorders, while 144 had a severe appetite, about 3400 women had endogenous dietary supplements called ENDOS which did not fit into any of the usual categories. Research suggests that all kinds of nutritional disorders increase the risk of premature birth, shortening of the baby’s head, and excessive vomiting during pregnancy.

Lowering or eliminating food cravings increases the risk of premature births in women by 60%, while the risk of excessive hunger increases by 30% and ENDOS by 40%.
Eliminating the desire to eat during pregnancy can increase the risk of having a baby’s head almost double, while over-starvation can increase up to 60% and ENDOS by 40%. Pregnant women may also have an increased risk of anemia or anemia as a result of starvation or ENDOS.
Researchers say that pregnancy causes the possibility of complications from these nutritional disorders, but women who have had the disease one year before the pregnancy are also at higher risk of complications.