Update: February 2019
About 8% of pregnant women are at such a dangerous state
как гипертония беременных или преэклампсия (см. гестоз при
pregnancy). In this disease, urine tests show
high levels of protein and in women increases significantly
American experts believe that vitamin D deficiency increases
the risk of preeclampsia, and small doses of aspirin help to cope with
this state. More than 20 studies were conducted
confirming the appropriateness of taking aspirin in a dose of up to 81 mg in
day for the prevention of preeclampsia in pregnant women with high risk
development of preeclampsia.
And on their basis the corresponding recommendations have already been created.
gynecologists. From the 12th week of pregnancy, the daily intake of aspirin
reduces the likelihood of preeclampsia by 24%, as well as the effects
pre-eclampsia – preterm labor by 14%, the risk of delay
intrauterine development by 20%.
A team at the University of Pittsburgh found out that
the first 26 weeks of vitamin D deficiency increases the likelihood
development of preeclampsia. With a lack of this vitamin, pregnant women can
experience pain in the ribs, headaches, blurred vision.
Therefore, one of the measures to prevent preeclampsia is the treatment of
complex vitamin preparations.
Vitamin D deficiency is able
provoke gestational diabetes, increases the risk of developing
infections, hypotrophy of the child, the need for cesarean section. It was
a study was conducted in which 3,000 people participated
женщин, по анализу крови которых определялся дефицит витамина
D in the first 26 weeks of pregnancy. As a result, 700 women (23%)
later developed preeclampsia.
However, the relationship between the average form of preeclampsia and the level
Vitamin D has not been established. This suggests that different forms
preeclampsia is triggered by different sources. Moreover,
experts have developed a urine test, which is already at 26 weeks
determine the onset of pre-eclampsia in a pregnant woman because she often
proceeds covertly, threatening the life of the child and the woman. it
A unique biomarker based formulation defines a special
protein in the kidney cells.
Until now, doctors determine gestosis only for the symptoms – protein in
urine, high pressure, swelling of the legs. Pre-eclampsia is very dangerous
a condition that at worst leads to the death of a woman (in the world
recorded 80 000 such cases) to coma and stroke. Children,
born to women with severe pre-eclampsia may suffer
epilepsy, cerebral palsy, deafness, blindness, lung diseases. therefore
it is very important to identify the risk of its development in a timely manner and to conduct
prevention of preeclampsia in pregnant women.