Child Bearing

The developmental period in the womb is important for the health of the baby, both at birth and after a long period of time. Exposure of mothers to natural hazards during pregnancy can have a significant impact on children's health. One of the most important risk factors in this phase is female nutrition. insufficient nutrition increases the risk of many physical and perinatal problems. Birthweight is very important, as this is not only a major cause of perinatal death, but also has long-term effects on development and health status. Lack of essential nutrients during pregnancy is associated with pre-eclampsia and high blood pressure, both of which can lead to an increase in perinatal mortality. In addition, poor nutrition of the fetus has been found to be associated with increased risk of brain damage and neuro-behavior, as well as other reproductive-related defects (e.g. neural tube feature). This guide is therefore an important means of identification of pneatal diseases.

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