Morning sickness or nausea vomiting in the morning is a normal phenomenonduring early pregnancy. But if the intensity is severe, symptoms that could indicate that her child would be more at risk of stress and depression while growing up.
In medical terms, which is the nausea vomiting during early pregnancy is calledHyperemesis Gravidarum (HG). In addition to appearing too often, so the severity ofthis disorder can also cause dehydration (fluid loss) and malnutrition (malnutrition).
According to recent research at the University of Southern California, pregnant women have higher risk of giving birth HG vulnerable children depression while growing up. The risk is four times higher than pregnant women with nausea, vomitingis comparatively reasonable.
“Although the HG are often associated with dehydration and malnutrition, this study isthe first to reveal its relationship with risk of depression,” said Dr. Marlena Feljo wholed the study, as quoted from Irishhealth.
The study was conducted on hundreds of women across the United States whose mother had HG during pregnancy. For comparison, the researchers also observed a number of women whose mothers did not experience when pregnant young HG.
The result, 16 percent of participants whose mothers experiencing HG had a history of depression as an adult while in participants whose mothers did not have HG figureis only 3 percent. Or bipolar mood disorders experienced by 8 participants a message that his mother had HG and only 2 percent of the participants of the comparison group.
Participants whose mothers experienced when young pregnant HG is also easier to feel uneasy. Anxiety experienced by 7 percent of participants whose mothers experienced HG whereas comparable figures in participants of about only 2 percent.
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