Galveston, woman who gave birth to a baby weighing mild ischemic heart disease risk 2-fold. Then that pregnant women should be very careful about maintaining his health condition.
According to researchers at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, pregnancy can cause long-term changes in cardiac and vascular conditions that increase the risk of heart disease.
Ischemic heart disease occurs when there is partial blockage of blood flow to the heart. If blood flow is completely blocked, the heart attack will occur.
The study found that ischemic heart disease experienced by 9.6 per cent of women who gave birth to smaller babies with a full pregnancy, rather than premature birth.
Is said to have small babies or birth weight less light if the birth weight of 2.5 kg after the pregnancy reaches 37 weeks.
In women who delivered babies with normal birth weight, rates of heart disease amounted to only 5.7 percent.
The researchers also found that babies who are small is a strong risk factor for predicting high blood pressure or diabetes.
“We were very surprised when matching the family’s medical history and other risk factors found that the cause of small birth remains a strong risk factor for maternal cardiovascular disease. Examples of these risk factors are smoking clearly increases the risk of heart disease and birth weight babies low, “Dr. Radek Bukowski, associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Texas Medical Branch as reported by HealthDay.
The findings, published the journal PLoS One is providing new information on the relationship between low birth weight infants and increased risk of ischemic heart disease in the mother.
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