Why are all the miscarriages still in the end? Actually, you made a mistake

After pregnancy, many mothers-to-be feel anxious when they are “in trouble”. Some even want to stay in the hospital and wait until the baby is born safely.

For example, there is a pregnant mother in the group who was asked by her mother-in-law to lie in bed for half a year because of a few drops of blood in the first trimester. She said that when she got out of bed, she could not walk.

I understand very well the love of pregnant mothers for their babies, but in some cases, there is really no need to protect the fetus.

Low progesterone, do I need to protect my baby?

What is progesterone, also known as progesterone, a hormone secreted by the corpus luteum during the first trimester.

HCG, also known as “human chorionic gonadotropin,” is a hormone produced after pregnancy. Its role is to stimulate the development of the corpus luteum to produce progesterone, thereby protecting the normal development of the embryo.

It can be said that progesterone production is dependent on changes in HCG. In the early stages of pregnancy, the level of progesterone is unstable, generally around the 7th week of pregnancy, there will be a physiological drop, and then rise again.

This means that progesterone is a constantly changing state, even at different times of the day. Therefore, low progesterone, it is impossible to directly draw the conclusion of threatened abortion.

At this time, the general doctor will recommend a re-examination, focusing on checking the condition of HCG, and sometimes need to do a B-ultrasound according to the situation to help make a comprehensive judgment.

If the doubling of HCG is good, but the progesterone is low, then there is no need for excessive intervention, if the progesterone is low and the doubling of HCG is not ideal, this situation means that The embryos are of poor quality and there is a possibility of miscarriage.

So, the correct logic is that low progesterone may lead to miscarriage due to poor embryo quality, not that low progesterone may lead to miscarriage.

Vaginal bleeding, miscarriage?

A low progesterone makes expectant mothers so nervous. If they encounter vaginal bleeding again, I believe few people can calm down. However, not all vaginal bleeding is a threatened miscarriage.

This is because there are many conditions that cause vaginal bleeding, and it is very common in the first trimester.

This is because one week after ovulation, there will be bleeding when there is a bed, and there will be bleeding when the chorion is separated from the uterine wall, but these bleeding will gradually improve as the gestational age increases, so there is no need to worry. In addition, if there are cervical polyps, cervicitis, etc., there will also be a small amount of bleeding.

Therefore, expectant mothers, if you find vaginal bleeding, don’t worry, you should seek medical attention immediately, and let the doctor help determine the bleeding situation and whether you need to protect the fetus, and follow the doctor’s advice.

Long-term bedridden to protect the fetus?

my country’s “Guidelines for Clinical Diagnosis and Treatment of Preterm Birth” points out that bed rest does not have any benefit in preventing miscarriage. Moreover, “laying flat to protect the fetus” will also increase the risk of venous embolism, osteoporosis, and muscle atrophy in pregnant women, and affect cardiopulmonary function and digestive function.

Bed rest will also increase the stress and mental burden of pregnant women, leaving pregnant women in an anxious stage for a long time, always worrying about the development of the fetus, which is not very good for pregnancy.

In addition, if you move gently, the fetus will be miscarried, which also shows that the quality of the embryo is not good. Even if the child is barely born, the child may be defective.

So, moderate exercise and rest are essential during pregnancy. If you do some aerobic activities for half an hour every day, it is good for pregnant women to control their weight, cardiopulmonary function, etc., but the specific degree of exercise needs to be carried out according to their own conditions and the guidance of doctors.

Do you need more nutrition to protect the fetus?

When you are pregnant, mothers should supplement with nutritious food in time, which is not only conducive to the development of the fetus, but also helps the pregnant mother to provide immunity.

However, during pregnancy, a very important physical examination indicator is body weight, and there are strict requirements for sugar intake, especially for pregnant mothers with diabetes and hypertension during pregnancy. campSupplementary requirements are more stringent.

If the pregnant mother is nutritious enough, there is no need for additional nutrition at all, and these excess nutrients will have some bad effects on the fetus and the pregnant mother.

So, even if you want to protect the fetus, you should eat according to your actual needs, rather than blindly supplementing.

Actually, the vast majority of pregnant women do not need abortion care. Blindly protecting the tire will only make the result worse.

Nature has a law of survival of the fittest, and so is pregnancy. Once pregnant, for the pregnant mother and the fetus, it is necessary to learn to relax, go to the hospital for regular check-ups, and learn more about motherhood and childbirth, so as to better comfort yourself and protect the baby.