Worry About Pregnancy?
Good night .. r nDo I want to ask, I am always worried about my baby, even though I often have ultrasound but there is still fear if the baby is okay, I am always afraid if my baby is born there is a birthmark like that , not really if we always think that it can actually happen to our baby, please explain it, the problem is I’m afraid my worries have an impact on my baby, trimaksi
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your concern, and in fact many factors can cause such concern and it's all natural. It could be because this is indeed your first pregnancy, it could be because this is not the first pregnancy but in a previous pregnancy there was something unpleasant happening regarding your baby, it could be because of the bad information you get from the internet, rumors, or watching other people, it could be because of your personality type worries that you do have, and so on.
What is clear, you need to know is there is no point in worrying about your pregnancy excessively. You simply pay attention to your pregnancy by regularly checking with your obstetrician, avoiding cigarette smoke, alcohol, eating foods rich in nutrients such as vegetables and fruit, and it would be even better if you could do gymnastics specifically for pregnant women. But apart from that, if there are no meaningful actions you can take, worrying about excesses can have a negative impact.
The worse impact is more on the stress conditions that arise in pregnant women can lead to reduced appetite, lack of sleep, decreased endurance, and so forth which can actually adversely affect the fetus. But specifically on the tompel, in this case it has nothing to do. Tompel is a condition that can not be predicted and appears without a clear sebba. The appearance of the tomp has nothing to do with whether you are worried or not worried, with what you eat, and cannot be seen with ultrasound. This condition is indeed more risky for those whose parents or grandparents have a tompel, but not necessarily appear. Most birthmarks, if they say they appear, can disappear by themselves or at least fade over time and are harmless. So, hopefully answering your question.