Is It Dangerous If You Get Pregnant Again After An Infection During Pregnancy?
Hello goodnight, r nDo I want to consult. Two months ago I gave birth to a baby without a cranium and my baby died …, and it was said to be infected with a virus from a cat. I want to ask. If I now immediately carry out a pregnancy program can it be dangerous for my fetus later? Or maybe the virus can attack my fetus again? Please answer. R nThank you in advance
Hello Mar'astusy Syella,
A condition where an infection that attacks the fetus while in the womb or often known as TORCH infection is an infection caused by the virus toxoplasmosis, rubella, citomegalovirus, herpes etc. This infection can cause serious problems to the brain, nervous system, growth, and birth defects such as heart problems, deafness, cataracts etc.
When you have a viral infection during pregnancy, the symptoms that arise from you are not too specific such as fever, dizziness, fatigue, etc. If the infection spreads to the fetus and occurs early in pregnancy, it can cause organ formation disorders, one of which is the formation of the cranium.
the possibility of re-infection can occur especially if you are in a decreased condition of the immune system. Here's what you can do:
Get used to wash hands before and after eating
Use equipment, especially gloves when you are feeding or cleaning your pet cage
Wash thoroughly and cook until cooked vegetables or meat that you consume
A balanced and nutritious diet
Get enough rest and exercise regularly
If you are about to make a promotion then it is a good idea to consult your obstetrician again, remembering your previous pregnancy infection. The doctor will do a check-up and a series of blood tests to determine your condition and when the right time for the promil.
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