Can A Woman With A History Of Heart Failure Become Pregnant?
should people with heart failure not get pregnant? Please explain the reason.
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Heart failure is a weakness of the heart muscle making it difficult to pump blood throughout the body. The occurrence of heart failure can be triggered by other conditions such as high blood pressure, heart defects from birth, heart rhythm disorders, coronary heart disease, heart valve damage, anemia, hyperthyroidism, or diabetes / diabetes. symptoms in someone suffering from heart failure are shortness of breath when on the move or rest, swollen feet and hands, easy fatigue, left chest pain. generally in women who are pregnant will experience changes in hemodynamics / blood flow, hormonal, and other organ systems. in pregnant women who have a history of heart failure, the blood flow will increase, but a weak heart is unable to supply / meet the increased blood needs throughout the body so that it can endanger the pregnant mother and the fetus. so it is often said that people with heart failure are not allowed to get pregnant. but if you have the desire to get pregnant, you should get checked out and consult a gynecologist and a heart specialist. the doctor will perform a physical examination, blood tests, heart records, ultrasound, X-rays and provide solutions and appropriate treatment regarding your heart condition with your pregnancy plan / program. what you can do is manage stress, get enough rest, avoid overactivity, routinely control your doctor for your illness, drink enough, consume healthy and nutritious food.
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