NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – A girl born before 37 weeks of menopause is exposed to high blood pressure, diabetes and convulsions, as well as weight loss, double that of a mother who gave birth to a natural child, according to a recent scientific study.
The study, prepared by a team of Canadian researchers led by lactation specialist I Monique Neuti at the University of Montreal, Canada, was conducted on a sample of pre-scheduled women, who number 7, 405 women since 1997, and placed
their children between 1987 and 2008 They compared about 16,714 women who had a normal birth in their early lives.
The study found that there are problems during pregnancy, such as sugar and pressure, for about 2.13% of women who were born prematurely, between 32 and 36 weeks after menopause.
The study advises obstetricians and gynecologists to take into account the follow-up of the pregnant mother by asking about her status at birth, which makes it easier to avoid many of the problems experienced during pregnancy.
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