In the first trimester of pregnancy, most people will experience morning sickness or nausea and vomiting that are good for health of mother and fetus. But if the sensation of nausea is so disturbing, you may be able to cope with having sex.
Nausea and vomiting during pregnancy is actually less suitable if called with morning sickness because of digestive problems are not limited to mornings only. But it can also happen all the time whether it is morning, noon or night.
According to experts, nausea and vomiting in early pregnancy may protect the fetus and the mother of a bacterial infection that will respond to vomit food eaten out together. Frederick Irving, a doctor in Boston was the first time reveal the healthful effects of nausea and vomiting in early pregnancy.
As reported by the huffingtonpost, in 1940, Irving reported that patients who experience morning sickness and loss of appetite in early pregnancy have an increased risk of miscarriage is lower than other patients who did not experience morning sickness.
In 1976, Ernest Hook, an endocrinologist at Albany Medical College, stated that nausea and vomiting may protect the fetus from the foods that can harm the development of anatomy. Elements that can cause mutations in the development of the fetal anatomy known as teratogens. Teratogens can be expelled from the body of a pregnant woman through the nausea and vomiting.
Chemical elements are also present in plants to combat insects, fungi and bacteria that naturally harmless to humans. However, if consumed in large quantities can be harmful to the condition of pregnancy.
Nausea and vomiting not only as a shield that protects the fetus from toxins, but also can protect the mother. During pregnancy, women’s immune systems will decline, especially in the first trimester. By avoiding certain foods, can protect itself from toxins and parasites, as well as reduce the risk of exposure to teratogens on the fetus.
Nausea and vomiting that occurs naturally but is quite annoying. A psychologist, Gordon Gallup said that the sensation of nausea and vomiting can be overcome by having sex.
Mother’s body will probably treat other organisms, including nutritional food into the uterus as a foreign tissue or an infection, so the body will respond with nausea and vomiting. But when having sex, the fetus in utero can recognize the father’s sperm, because half of the fetal DNA is derived from the father.
Interestingly, the fetus is able to recognize which ones fit with sperm from the father. If the foreign sperm into the body of pregnant women, this will increase to a greater risk of infant mortality.
Perhaps it is too early to advise pregnant women to cope with morning sickness with sex, but this may limit the sensation of nausea and vomiting.
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