APP Gestational Poisoning

Gestational poisoning or pre-eclampsia is a condition in which the pregnant woman has high blood pressure and secretes protein in the urine. Often seen swelling of the legs (edema), and a few may have the influence of the blood clotting system. The condition can also lead to eclampsia, which is seizures during pregnancy.

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Gestational poisoning can cause symptoms from most of the body’s organs, but the pregnant can also be completely without genes. The most frequent discomforts are headache, eye symptoms, nausea and vomiting, abdominal pain or breathing difficulties.

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Gestational poisoning occurs in 2-5% of all pregnant after 20. week and with increasing incidence towards birth.

There are a number of known risk factors for getting gestational poisoning: first-time pregnancy, previous gestational poisoning, diabetes, hypertension, known kidney disease, obesity, multiple pregnancy and pregnancy achieved after egg donation.

Women who have had gestational poisoning can reduce the risk of developing the condition in a new pregnancy by taking tbl. magnyl 75 mg during pregnancy.

HELLP syndrome and eclampsia. Are two life-threatening conditions that may occur as a result of gestational poisoning. The goal of treatment of gestational poisoning is to prevent these conditions.

Food can be a source of toxins dangerous to the developing fetus and potentially causing malformations infections, such as toxoplasmosis. Therefore, most pregnant women have to adapt your diet to minimize the occurrence of poisonings that may cause negative effects in the short and long term in the baby’s life.

It’s not just the types of foods that need to be exchanged, but also how they are prepared. When the pregnant woman eat the wrong foods, she’s putting the health of your baby at risk.

In this article, we will address, in the light of the current scientific knowledge, the most common doubts in relation to the types of foods that may or may not be consumed by pregnant women, including, among others, meats, sushi, shrimp, chocolate, cheese and peanuts.

Pregnant Can Eat Meat Rare?

One of the major concerns in pregnancy is in relation to the consumption of raw meats or medium rare, because they can be a source of eggs of Toxoplasma gondii, parasite that causes toxoplasmosis. Toxoplasmosis is one of the most dangerous infections to acquire in pregnancy, because the risk of fetal malformations is huge generate.

Any raw meat, either beef, pork, chicken, duck, Turkey, etc., can be contaminated with eggs of the parasite.Fortunately, those eggs cannot survive the cooking process. So, to the point, or meat well done can be consumed normally by pregnant women.

People who’ve had toxoplasmosis during life are immunized and not at risk of having the disease during pregnancy. As toxoplasmosis is a disease that does not cause symptoms in most cases, most people only discover what has already been contaminated through blood tests. Therefore, if during the prenatal examination you find that never had toxoplasmosis, that means you are a pregnant woman likely which should redouble the care of meat consumption.

Even if you have positive serology for toxoplasmosis, indicating immunity to the disease, we suggest that you avoid raw meats or medium rare, because besides the toxoplasmosis there are other infections that can be acquired by eating undercooked meat.

To Learn More About Toxoplasmosis, Read:
– Toxoplasmosis In Pregnancy.
– Toxoplasmosis | Symptoms And Treatment, Igg.
– Symptoms Of Toxoplasmosis.

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Pregnant Can Eat Sausages Or Sausage?

Foods such as sausages, sausages, salami, pepperoni, ham, etc., are made with raw meat and therefore can also be sources of eggs of toxoplasmosis. Therefore, they should not be consumed without being before cooking.
One of the ways to reduce the risk of transmission of toxoplasmosis is through the freezing of these meats, once the eggs of Toxoplasma gondii doesn’t resist very low temperatures. The ideal is to keep the frozen meat for at least 4 to 5 days before consuming it.

Another risk of embedded is the contamination by the bacteria Listeria, which can cause food poisoning and a higher risk of miscarriage or premature birth. It is important to stress that the Listeria infection is uncommon, corresponding to only 1% of cases of food poisoning.

In pregnant women with negative serology for toxoplasmosis, the ideal is not to consume raw sausages. If the desire is very large, at least eat only meat that have been previously frozen.

Pregnant Can Eat Sushi?Pregnant Can Eat Raw Fish?

The meat of fish is not a usual source of transmission of toxoplasmosis, but contamination may occur if the water in which the fish was caught is contaminated with cat feces. Despite the tisco of toxoplasmosis be low, just like any other undercooked meat, fish can also be a source of food poisoning, especially if they are poorly maintained or prepared so little hygienic.

There is much controversy about the safety of the consumption of raw fish, like sushi. In General, if the fish is stored at temperatures below freezing, the cold eliminates much of the bacteria and parasites that may exist, including the eggs of Toxoplasma gondii. If you want to go to a sushi restaurant, opt for one with a high standard of hygiene and talk to the manager about the conditions of preservation of raw fish. The good Japanese restaurants choose to freeze the fish and then keeping them at low temperatures to minimize the risk of food poisoning in their customers.

In addition, many sushi places are your salmon come from fish farms. In these places, the fish are raised in captivity, and the risk of water being contaminated with eggs of Toxoplasma gondii is practically null. The “farmed salmon” is safe for consumption during pregnancy.

Therefore, although it is very common to find websites that claim that the sushi consumption is prohibited in pregnancy, lack scientific basis for such a ban. In England, for example, the site of the NHS (National Health System) makes it clear that the consumption of sushi in pregnancy is contraindicated, as long as the above conditions are met (for those who read in English: http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/pregnancy-and-baby/pages/foods-to-avoid-pregnant.aspx#Sushi).
Smoked fish tend to be safe, however, this type of preparation does not eliminate the risk of contamination by the bacteria Listeria, which, as we have said, can cause an increased risk of miscarriage.

Pregnant Can Eat Fish?

The intake of fish, especially if they are well cooked, not usually a problem in pregnancy. However, some types of fish contain high concentrations of mercury, a highly toxic substance to the nervous system in the fetus.

The consumption of fish high in mercury is usually forbidden during pregnancy. Shark, swordfish, king mackerel and some types of tuna are some examples. In some countries, like the United States, consumption of fish during pregnancy, even canned tuna, sardines and salmon, which have low levels of mercury, is usually limited to 2 meals a week. This restriction, however, is seen by many doctors as overly cautious. In General, if the fish does not have origin in regions with high incidence of mercury contamination, your consumption doesn’t have to be limited.

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Pregnant Can Eat Shrimp Or Seafood?

Shrimp, lobster and other seafood usually don’t have high levels of mercury, and therefore safe in pregnancy. It is important to note, however, that if you contaminate seafood with bacteria very easily. It is important to make sure that they are thoroughly cooked before eating them. Any kind of raw seafood should be consumed during pregnancy.

Pregnant Can Eat Vegetables?

Vegetables and raw vegetables may be contaminated with eggs of toxoplasmosis. Any vegetable that is eaten raw must be well washed before going to the table. If the vegetable is well cleaned or cooked, it can be consumed without problems.

Pregnant Can Eat Egg?

Eggs are often contaminated by Salmonella bacteria, which can cause serious food poisoning.

The guidance on the consumption of eggs are the same as those of the meat. The your consumption is allowed, as long as the egg is cooked. The pregnant woman must remember that some sauces, ice cream or homemade mayonnaise can be made with raw egg. Mayonnaise and commercial ice creams are made with pasteurized foods, which eliminates the risk of contamination by bacteria.

Pregnant Can Eat Cheese Or Milk?

Dairy products may be contaminated with the bacteria Listeria. Cheeses, such as Brie, Camembert, Roquefort, Feta and Gorgonzola, if made from homemade form, should be avoided. Any milk not industrialized as well.Industrial milk and cheese are safe because they are pasteurized, a procedure that destroys the germs present in food.

Pregnant Can Eat Chocolate?

The consumption of chocolate is not contraindicated in pregnancy. There is no substance in quantities relevant to chocolate that is harmful to pregnant or your baby, except sugar. In fact, the only problem of the free consumption of chocolate during pregnancy is exactly the large amount of calories and carbohydrates that pregnant just finish eating, which can lead to excessive weight gain and its consequent complications such as gestational diabetes and hypertension (read: GESTATIONAL DIABETES).

Pregnant Can Have Breakfast?

Despite also being a controversial topic, some studies have shown that consumption of caffeine can cause miscarriage, premature birth and fetal growth retardation. There’s no need to cut radically its sources of caffeine, but, currently, most doctors suggest a maximum consumption of 200 to 300 mg of caffeine a day.

Just as a reference, a cup of coffee to 50 ml contains about 60 to 70 mg of caffeine. A can of Cola has between 40 and 50 mg of caffeine. A chocolate bar is less than 10 mg.

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Pregnant Can Drink Alcohol?

Another controversial topic. Historically, consumption of alcoholic beverages has always been contraindicated in pregnancy. We know that moderate to heavy consumption of alcohol during pregnancy is related to several problems in the development of the fetus. Alcohol is a drug known to be teratogenic origin (causing malformations). However, in recent years some studies have shown that light or occasional only consumption of alcohol does not appear to cause changes in the relevant development.

The problem is, we don’t know what is the boundary between what can be considered safe consumption and harmful consumption. In fact, the more likely it is that the response is individual. What may be safe for some pregnant women, can lead to gestational problems in others. So, the main Companies of obstetrics in the world keep the guidance to avoid alcohol completely during pregnancy.

If you just found out you’re pregnant and was reminded that he drank a glass of wine to the meal or a glass of beer last night, don’t worry, the risk of this consumption bring you harm is virtually non-existent.

To learn about the evil effects of alcohol, read: EFFECTS of ALCOHOL | Treatment of alcoholism.

Pregnant Can Eat Peanuts?

Until recently doctors focused their pregnant women to avoid foods containing peanuts. We thought that with this measure the incidence of babies with Peanut Allergy were reduced. Recent studies, however, showed that the consumption of peanuts in pregnancy does not have any influence on the risk of the baby being allergic.

To learn more about food allergy, read: FOOD ALLERGY | Allergy to food.

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