Some Pregnancy Fears That You Should Not Worry

There are some pregnancy fears that you should not worry.

It is quite natural to feel worried throughout your pregnancy because you want the baby to be perfect. There are a lot of things that you worry so doctors the doctors here share some of the truths about them.

Pregnancy Fears

THE FEAR: 

Fear Of Having Miscarriage

The Truth

It does not always happen. The most pregnancies end in delivering a healthy baby. Only 20 percent pregnancies result in miscarriage. The miscarriage usually occurs in early pregnancy i.e. during the first few weeks of the pregnancy when many women don’t even get to know that they are pregnant. They look like menstrual period. The risk of miscarriage drops when the pregnancy reaches around 6 to 8 weeks when a doctor is able is see the heart beat of a baby. It is quite abnormal to have a miscarriage after this time. Miscarriage is unavoidable and usually occurs due to abnormality of the chromosomes.

THE FEAR:

The Baby Would Not Get Enough Food Due To Morning Sickness

The Truth

It is not like this. The baby absorbs nutrients from the body even if you are not eating well. So morning sickness would not cause any harm to the baby if you are unable to eat. There will be no nutritional imbalance in the baby. Just don’t forget to take prenatal vitamins and eat small and frequent meals because it will be good for your digestive system. Eating too much would make you feel nauseous. If your nausea has become serious, your doctor will give you any safe anti-nausea medication.

THE FEAR:

Any Specific Food Can Harm My Baby.

The Truth

Women today instead of finding out what is healthy, usually ask the question, is it safe to eat. Remember the risks of the food during pregnancy are very low even if a woman eats unpasteurized cheese; the risks associated with it are not great.

THE FEAR

 Will The Stress Hurt The Baby?

The Truth

The hormonal changes in your body during the pregnancy would make you feel exhaust and stressed. But the research shows that intermittent stress minimally affects an unborn baby but severe stress can increase the risks like baby’s premature birth. So the doctors advise the pregnant ladies not to be extremely stressful and try to take everything normal by thinking positively.

THE FEAR

 There Could By Any Birth Defect In The Baby

The Truth

Almost every pregnant woman holds her breath during every prenatal test. They fear of having a baby with any birth defect. The doctors say that the chance of having birth defect is only 4 percent and these birth defects also include the most serious ones too.

Sometimes a screening test like an ultrasound shows any abnormal result b, it doesn’t necessarily mean there’s actually any abnormality. Usually everything is fine so the doctors suggest the pregnant women to protect their baby by taking prenatal vitamins.

THE FEAR

 The Fear Of Having Complications Like Gestational Diabetes Or Preeclampsia

The Truth

The risk of having very high blood pressure (preeclampsia) only ranges between 5 and 8 percent. The chances are more common in women under 18 or over age 35. The diabetes occurs when the body is unable to process the sugar properly.

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