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Thursday, August 31, 2017

PREGNANCY FOODS TO AVOID ANEMIA

Pregnancy Over 40 May Be More Susceptible To Anemia

Pregnant women may be more susceptible to anemia.  Your actual blood volume can increase up to 50% during your pregnancy.
 Because of the additional blood volume, more iron is necessary to manufacture hemoglobin.  Anemia in severe cases can lead to growth problems in your baby, premature birth and low birth weight.  Women over 40 may be more likely to get anemia and pregnancy could exacerbate this.

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Avoid Anemia In Pregnancy By Eating the Right Foods 

Anemia in pregnancy can be avoided if you eat the right foods. This article gives some suggestions on what you can eat to get the right amounts of Folate, B12 and Iron:

From the article:

The recommended dietary allowance (RDA) of iron during pregnancy is 30 mgs. Here are some foods rich in iron. 

Foods that provide 0.5-1.5mgs of iron-

Chicken, 3 ounces 

Green peas, 1/2 cup 

Tomato juice, 6 ounces 

Broccoli, 1/2 cup 

Brussels sprouts, 1/2 cup cooked 

Whole wheat bread, 1 slice 

Dried apricots, 5 halves 

Raspberries, 1 cup 

Strawberries, 1 cup

Foods that provide 1.6-3mgs of iron-

Sirloin steak, 3 ounces 

Roast beef, 3 ounces 

Lean hamburger, 3 ounces 

Baked potato with skin 

Kidney beans, 1/2 cup cooked 

Lima beans, 1/2 cup cooked 

Navy beans, 1/2 cup cooked 

Oatmeal, 1 cup cooked 

Raisins, 1/2 cup

Foods that provide 3-12mgs of iron-

Clams, 4 large or 9 small 

Oysters, 6 medium 

Spinach, 1/2 cup cooked

Fortified cereal, 1 cup
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Sunday, August 27, 2017

SUGAR IN PREGNANCY INCREASES ALLERGIES AND ASTHMA IN KIDS

Consuming a lot of sugar has never been a good idea, but if you're pregnant, it could have even more consequences for your baby.  According to this article, high intake of sugar by pregnant women resulted in a higher incidence of allergies and asthma.
Read more:

SEE ALSO: FOODS FOR PREGNANCY, FERTILITY AND CONCEPTION (getpregnantover40.com)


When comparing the 20 per cent of mothers with the highest sugar intake versus the 20 per cent of
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mothers with the lowest sugar intake, there was an increased risk of 38 per cent for allergy in the offspring (73 per cent for allergy to two or more allergens) and 101 per cent for allergic asthma. The team found no association with eczema or hay fever.

Lead researcher Professor Seif Shaheen from QMUL said: "We cannot say on the basis of these observations that a high intake of sugar by mothers in pregnancy is definitely causing allergy and allergic asthma in their offspring. However, given the extremely high consumption of sugar in the West, we will certainly be investigating this hypothesis further with some urgency.
from: www.sciencedaily.com

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

DOES TYPE O BLOOD HARM ABILITY TO GET PREGNANT?

Fertility and Type O Blood

I don't think anyone has ever made the connection between blood type and fertility, but apparently if you're a type "O", you may be at higher risk for high FSH and fertility problems.
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Having trouble conceiving? Your blood type may be to blame, according to a new study from researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York and reported by the UK’s Telegraph.
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The study results, which were presented yesterday at the annual conference of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, found that women with type O blood -- the most common blood type in the U.S. -- who were seeking fertility help were more likely to have trouble getting pregnant than women with other blood types.

The study involved 560 women (average age: about 35) who were being treated for infertility and measured their follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) levels. The type O gals were twice as likely to have FSH levels that were above normal, meaning they’ve got fewer good eggs.


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Thursday, August 17, 2017

NEWBORNS NEED HUMAN SKIN CONTACT

Pregnancy Over 40, After Delivery Skin Contact

When my daughter was born, the plan was to have her put on my chest immediately after delivery. However, since her breathing was slightly labored, she was put on a nearby table where they blew a little oxygen in her face.

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She was fine, but I didn't get to hold her right away. Of course, I wanted what was best for her, but I do regret not being able to have that initial contact. The following article discusses the importance of skin to skin contact with your baby:


Researchers at University Hospital in Linköping, Sweden studied stress levels of seventeen mother-
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infant pairs, with all infants being preterm - between 25 to 33 weeks old. In mothers, stress was measured using salivary cortisol levels, heart rate, mood scale, and a visual analog scale (VAS). In infants, stress was measured using salivary cortisol levels and heart rate. Infants were also measured for pain levels using two separate scales.

Mothers and their babies showed signs of significant stress before physical contact. Also before physical contact, mothers reported experiencing low mood, especially low levels of calmness, control, and pleasantness.

Following pre-contact, initial stress tests, mothers changed into gowns with the front side open. Each baby was taken from an incubator and placed gently on his or her mother's chest in an upright position while wearing only a cap and a diaper. Each baby was then placed inside his or her mother's gown. Extra blankets were placed on top. While babies laid in this position, mothers were given mirrors with which they could watch their babies while they laid together. In all cases, fathers were very close, sitting on a chair.

What were the results?

Upon beginning skin-to-skin contact with their mothers, babies experienced decreased heart rates and pain scores. Mothers experienced decreased salivary cortisol levels (by 32 percent), decreased heart rate (by 7 percent), decreased VAS score (by 89 percent), and increased mood (by 6 percent).

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Monday, August 14, 2017

STRAWBERRIES, SUPERFOOD FOR PREGNANCY

Pregnancy Nutrition, Strawberries and Folate

I've yet to meet anyone who doesn't like strawberries. According to this article, they are high in folate which can contribute to a healthy pregnancy.
See also: www.getpregnantover40.com for my entire series on foods for pregnancy and fertility
 If you can, buy organic, and if they're out of season, you can buy them frozen and put them in a smoothie. Read more:

The good news for strawberry lovers is that a serving of eight medium berries provides nearly 9 per cent of the daily requirement of folate," says Chris Christian, vice president trade and nutrition of the California Strawberry Commission. "Folic acid is the synthetic form of folate, which is especially important for women of child-bearing age because it reduces the chance of some birth defects, such as spina bifida."

Now, a study from researchers at the University of Texas that followed 35,000 pregnant women over four years, found it drastically reduced the chance of premature births, as well.

Folic acid, or folate, helps the body make healthy new cells. Besides occurring naturally in foods like strawberries, it is often used to enrich breads and cereals. But the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) found that the majority of child-bearing aged women were not meeting their daily requirements. 

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Wednesday, August 09, 2017

ACETOMINOPHEN IN PREGNANCY INHIBITS MASCULINITY, FEMALE FERTILITY

Tylenol (acetominophen, paracetamol) is so commonly taken that people tend to forget that it is a drug.  Even though certain drugs are thought to be safe in pregnancy, science is finding more and more reasons not to take anything while pregnant.  This article talks about how this seemingly safe drug can harm male characteristics and can cause female infertility in the offspring of pregnant women.  Read more:

SEE ALSO: HOW TO DETOXIFY TO PREPARE FOR PREGNANCY AND ENHANCE FERTILITY (Getpregnantover40.com) 


Previous studies have shown the paracetamol can inhibit the development of the male sex hormone
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testosterone in male foetuses, thus increasing the risk of malformation of the testicles in infants. But a reduced level of testosterone at the fetal stage is also significant for the behaviours of adult males, says Ph.D. David Møbjerg Kristensen, a researcher employed during the studies at the Department of Biomedical Sciences and the Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research at the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences...

 ...paracetamol during pregnancy also has the potential to influence the subsequent lives of female mice. In 2016, the researchers published a study showing that female mice had fewer eggs in their ovaries if their mothers had had paracetamol during pregnancy. This led to the mice becoming infertile more quickly.

Monday, August 07, 2017

CHIROPRACTIC IN PREGNANCY, SAFE OR NOT?

Is Chiropractic Care During Pregnancy Safe?

Guest Post By Dr. Maya Pande

Many women who are used to receiving regular chiropractic care find themselves questioning whether or not they should continue with this treatment once they become pregnant. There are no known complications to chiropractic care to be concerned with during your pregnancy. All chiropractors are trained to work with women who are pregnant and some have additional training in specific methods.
Chiropractor who use low-force or gentle techniques may be preferred by pregnant women as there is no cracking or twisting of the spine during the adjustment.
Is Chiropractic Safe During Pregnancy?
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Chiropractic during pregnancy is an effective, drug free and safe treatment for both the mom and her baby. Chiropractic care can continue while you are pregnant, or you can begin a new chiropractic treatment program as early as the first month of pregnancy. Treatment will help you better deal with
the many changes that are occurring with your body. Special adjustments by the chiropractor, designed for pregnancy, help balance the pelvis, reduce any nerve irritation in the spine and generally help your body feel more at ease overall.

SEE ALSO: ARE BIRTH DEFECTS HIGHER OVER AGE 40? (getpregnantover40.com)

The International Chiropractic Pediatric Association recommends that women receive chiropractic care throughout pregnancy in order to establish pelvic balance and optimize the room a baby has for development throughout the pregnancy. With a better balanced pelvis, babies enjoy a greater chance of moving into the correct position for birth which can result in an easier and safer delivery for both the mother and her baby.
What are the Benefits of Chiropractic Care during Pregnancy?
Chiropractic care during pregnancy can lead to a healthier overall pregnancy. Other benefits include controlling nausea symptoms, relieving back, neck and joint pain, reduce the risk of possible cesarean section as well as reducing the amount of time a woman is in labor and delivery. Chiropractors trained in the Webster Technique are able to perform adjustments using this technique when babies are presenting breech. Studies have shown an 82% success rate of babies turning vertex when the Webster Technique was used.
How do I get adjusted while pregnant?
Many chiropractors have either specially designed pillows or tables that allow the expectant mother to lay on her stomach, safely and comfortably during her chiropractic adjustment. Women that are uncomfortable lying this way can still be adjusted by lying on their side.
Are there benefits to Chiropractic Care Post Pregnancy?
After your delivery, your body's supply of relaxin is reduced and your bones and ligaments start to return back to their original positions. Chiropractic adjustments help this process by making sure that everything is aligned. Chiropractic is an essential part of the postpartum process and is especially helpful if you've had a difficult pregnancy or birthing experience.
Chiropractic also helps your body deal with the added stresses that occur as you hold and take care of your baby. Additional bending, lifting, stretching and rocking will become part of your daily routine. Your body will need help adjusting to these new movements and chiropractic is a great help.
As more women look to chiropractic care as a means of maintaining good health throughout pregnancy, more health care providers are referring to chiropractors within their communities. Be sure to discuss chiropractic as an option when you meet with your health care provider. If they are not aware of chiropractic care in pregnancy, ask them to find out it. Most chiropractors welcome the opportunity to partner with other health care providers to help pregnant women enjoy a positive pregnancy experience.
Dr. Maya Pande is the owner of Pande Family Wellness Centre in Toronto. She graduated from the University of Western Ontario and completed her Chiropractic education at Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis, Missouri in 1997. Dr. Pande treats a variety of patients, including seniors, pregnant women, children and adults of all ages. Common conditions include low back pain, chronic neck pain, sciatic nerve pain, shoulder joint pain, headache and many others. The low-force chiropractic technique she uses is ideal for everyone especially those preferring a more gentle approach to chiropractic care. http://www.pandechiropractic.ca
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Friday, August 04, 2017

GENE EDITING FOR DISEASES AND BIRTH DEFECTS ON THE HORIZON

This cutting edge study talks about something that I still find unbelievable.  Scientists can edit genes to eliminate certain diseases in the embryo phase. Of course this would be for those undergoing IVF, but if you knew you were a carrier of a certain disease or defect, this would certainly be of interest.  Read more:

SEE ALSO: ENCOURAGING NEWS ABOUT BIRTH DEFECTS AND PREGNANCY COMPLICATIONS IN WOMEN OVER 40 (Getpregnantover40.com)


The work, which is described in Nature on August 2, 2017, is a collaboration between the Salk Institute, Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) and Korea's Institute for Basic Science and
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could pave the way for improved in vitro fertilization (IVF) outcomes as well as eventual cures for some of the thousands of diseases caused by mutations in single genes.

"Thanks to advances in stem cell technologies and gene editing, we are finally starting to address disease-causing mutations that impact potentially millions of people," says Juan Carlos Izpisua Belmonte, a professor in Salk's Gene Expression Laboratory and a corresponding author of the paper. "Gene editing is still in its infancy so even though this preliminary effort was found to be safe and effective, it is crucial that we continue to proceed with the utmost caution, paying the highest attention to ethical considerations."

sciencedaily.com

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