What Is The Reason Pregnant Women With Smoking Can Give Birth Normally?
night doctor, I want to ask, if pregnant women with smoking can give birth normally, even though the baby is still 2 months preformance? if he is, what is the reason that the pregnant woman can give birth normally even though she smokes and the baby is also still 2 months old
Hello Nur, thank you for asking to HealthReplies.com.
Let me introduce myself, Dr. Rio will answer the questions that you give.
The statement you gave is very wrong / wrong about smoking relationship can cause normal childbirth. Smoking can actually endanger the fetus in the womb. Never mind smoking, exposure to cigarette smoke alone is very dangerous for pregnancy. This happens because there are thousands of hazardous chemicals contained in cigarettes. Some of the risks that can occur in infants are as follows:
Babies born below normal weight
Babies are easily infected, because of low immunity.
Increases the risk of sudden infant death.
Congenital defects in the skull, heart, muscles, limbs and other body parts.
Behavioral, emotional and learning disabilities.
In utero death, and miscarriage if gestational age <20 weeks.
There are several factors that determine whether a delivery can be normal or necessary assistance is a factor such as uterine contractions, birth canal, and the baby and the placenta. If there are abnormalities in one or more of these factors, labor will be difficult, and require the help of medical personnel can be in the form of induction, vacuum, forceps, or cesarean section. For this reason, the importance of pregnancy control is carried out during the pregnancy either by a midwife or doctor. Mother and baby will be equally assessed for health, so if there is a risk that is likely to complicate the pregnancy can be immediately addressed and sought a solution.
Right now what you can do is:
Routine control, to check the pregnancy in accordance with the schedule determined by the doctor / midwife.
Consume high nutritious food.
Avoid smoking, alcohol and drugs.
Reduce activity, especially in early pregnancy.
Many consume fiber such as fruits and vegetables.
Take additional multivitamins such as folic acid, iron, calcium, etc.
That's all my answer, thank you very much :)