COLDS DURING PREGNANCY

Acute infections during pregnancy occur quite often. Natural physiological changes in the pregnant woman’s body often cause a more prolonged course of these diseases. Viruses can be the direct cause of violations of fetal development. Moreover, with the development of symptoms of ARI in pregnant women there is the likelihood of a sharp reduction in blood flow in the placental system, which will lead to fetal hypoxia. A certain danger of some drugs taken by the mother, so the drugs for the treatment of acute respiratory infections must be chosen with extreme caution.

From the use of antibiotics, and most synthetic drugs with systemic action should be avoided. Any drugs must be taken only as directed by your doctor.

ACUTE INFECTIONS DURING PREGNANCY IN THE FIRST TRIMESTER

The first trimester is the most dangerous period because the fetus is not sufficiently protected. Different viruses can cause the formation of malformations, sometimes even incompatible with life. Acute respiratory infections in the 1st trimester increased risk of spontaneous abortion (miscarriage)

COLDS DURING PREGNANCY IN THE II TRIMESTER

In the second trimester the placenta is already a reliable barrier to infectious agents. However, the risk of serious complications exists, and it is especially great if the mother of comorbidities or with preeclampsia. Until the middle of term 2 viruses may adversely affect the process of formation of the nervous system of the baby. There is also a possibility of intrauterine infection of the unborn child and malnutrition of the fetus.

COLD DURING PREGNANCY THIRD TRIMESTER

The third trimester can be considered a relatively safe period, but the number of violations can cause miscarriage and premature birth. Pregnant women with ARI need to regularly measure the body temperature. It is believed that if it is less than 38S to shoot down its not worth it, but “overheating” is the fruit of more than two days is dangerous. To bring the temperature down should not take acetylsalicylic acid preference in pregnancy should be given to this analgesic-antipyretic, such as paracetamol.

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