Causes Of Low HB And High Tension During 33 Weeks Of Pregnancy?
good afternoon. r nmau ask. at this time my sister’s pregnancy is 33weeks. bb 81kg (in 2 weeks increased by 2kg), tension 140/80, yesterday’s lab check was hb 10.7, leukocyte count was 14.8. is it still safe? Is this categorized as high or low blood pressure? what food should be good in consumption u0026amp; what is avoided? thank you
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Blood pressure is the pressure on the blood against the walls of blood vessels every time the heart pumps blood. High blood pressure or hypertension is upper blood pressure (systole) 140 mmHg or more or lower blood pressure (diastole) 90 mmHg or more with a minimum examination of 2 times with a distance of 15 minutes. In other words, your brother's blood pressure is high. During pregnancy, uncontrolled hypertension can cause quite severe complications in pregnant women or the fetus they contain. Because your brother's blood pressure is high, you should see your obstetrician for further examination and get appropriate treatment. High blood pressure can also be a sign of dangerous complications in pregnancy. Your sister should get treatment and supervision from a gynecologist to avoid dangerous things happening to your sister and her fetus.
Pregnant women are more prone to anemia. Anemia is a condition where the body does not have enough healthy red blood cells to carry oxygen and nutrients throughout the body and the fetus it contains. Anemia can cause patients to experience weakness and fatigue easily. If left untreated, anemia can cause various complications in pregnant women. Anemia is detected from hemoglobin (Hb) tests that are lower than normal. At that gestational age, a normal Hb value is around 10-14 g / dL, but these results can differ depending on where the examination was performed. It is recommended that your sister consult with the obstetrician regarding these results, bearing in mind that these results are already nearly below normal. Your sister needs to eat foods rich in iron, such as liver, beef (must be fully cooked), and green vegetables. Your sister also needs to take a pregnancy supplement that contains iron and folic acid. Avoid raw or undercooked foods, such as fresh vegetables, satay, steak, or kebabs. Reduce foods that are too sweet. Avoid cigarettes, alcohol, tea, coffee and chocolate.
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