Pre mature and low weight child

Pre mature and low weight child

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Pre mature and low weight child
Posted in 2012

Premature and low birth weight babies
Despite the “Back to Sleep” campaign, many health care providers in hospital nurseries continue to put premature and low birth weight infants to sleep on their tummy or side. This is because these babies are more easily managed in such positions, and the risk of SIDS is relatively low in the newborn period. In addition, these babies are usually on a monitor, allowing for quick detection of problems. However, parents are likely to follow their practitioner’s lead and continue placing their baby on his tummy or side when he comes home. Numerous pediatric societies recommend that all babies, including premature and low birth weight babies in hospital or at home, be put to sleep on their backs as soon as possible. If your newborn baby is in a special care nursery or neonatal intensive care unit and you are concerned that he is being put to sleep on his tummy or side, make sure to discuss this with his health care providers.
My Research :: I studied parents health conditions before conceiving, their life style, food habits etc...I found in most of cases the couple are not taking care of their body viz..Healthy food, life style etc..due to which the baby is Pre mature and Low weight which results ...Premature and low Birth weight babies. I also found these children have less Life span. I advise every couple to prepare their bodies before conceive and take care during Pregnancy to avoid such births...You will get all needed nutrients in your food which is safe and no reaction.

My advise
1..   The primary cause is premature birth, being born before 37 weeks gestation; a baby born early has less time in the mother's uterus to grow and gain weight, and much of a fetus's weight is gained during the latter part of the mother's pregnancy
2..   Another cause of low birthweight is intrauterine growth restriction. This occurs when a baby does not grow well in utero because of problems with the placenta, the mother's health or birth defects. Babies with Intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR) may be born early or full-term; premature babies with IUGR may be very small and physically immature, and full-term babies with IUGR may be physically mature but weak.
3.... Any baby born prematurely is more likely to be small. However, there are other factors that can also contribute to the risk of low birthweight. These include:
  • Race - African-American babies are twice as likely as Caucasian babies to have low birthweight.
  • Mother's age - Teen mothers (especially those younger than 15) have a much higher risk of having a baby with low birthweight.
  • Multiple birth - Multiple birth babies are at increased risk of low birthweight because they often are premature.
  • Mother's health - Babies of mothers who are exposed to illicit drugs, alcohol and cigarettes are more likely to have low birthweight. Mothers of lower socioeconomic status are also more likely to have poorer pregnancy nutrition, inadequate prenatal care, and pregnancy complications — all factors that can contribute to low birthweight.
4...  Every conceived woman should be very careful about her body and her unborn child's requirement  i.e.  1. Oxygen   2..  water and 3.. Healthy food contained all needed nutrients
5...  If  the food doesn't contain needed nutrients it may cause low weight child
6..   If oxygen or water not sufficient it may cause pre mature child

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