August
12
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Diseases of pregnancy

Worms in pregnancy

worm infestation - a fairly common disease.I can not do it, unfortunately, and pregnant women.What to do if the analysis showed that the body of a pregnant woman has worms?

Worms during pregnancy, how to treat and what to do

is believed that there are parasites in the body of each person, and with them a person can live a full life, even about anything without knowing.Discover worms in standard assays is very rare, because there are many kinds of them.The main thing - do not worry, just to see a specialist as soon as possible, parasitologist.

Remember that no anthelmintic drugs taken during pregnancy is not recommended.All of these drugs are extremely dangerous for the unborn child and can affect the course of pregnancy.There is even a risk of spontaneous abortion.Most of the popular treatments for parasitic infestations and should not be used during pregnancy.

What if a pregnant woman found worms?

In this issue the views of doctors are very different.Some believe that the worms are able to bring harm to the fetus, therefore it is imperative to st

art the treatment.It is considered especially dangerous for pregnant roundworm whose larvae can penetrate the placenta.Next, the roundworm can stay in the body of the child.If they are located in the brain of the fetus, then his head will increase, which will complicate the process of childbirth.If the worms lodge in the lungs, the newborn will be subject to frequent respiratory infections, bronchitis, pneumonia, not susceptible to antibiotics.

Doctors supporters of the opposite opinion (and most of them) believe that the pregnancy better endure inconveniences and start treatment after childbirth and lactation.The risk of the use of de-worming medication is much more than the ability to affect the fetus and the pregnancy as a whole.

Prevention - the most effective method against the disease.You must strictly adhere to the basic rules of hygiene: wash hands thoroughly after using the toilet, visiting public places and stay in the truck, after contact with animals before eating.It should be well-washed fruits and vegetables (preferably boiled water to rinse them), follow the rules of the thermal processing of fish and meat, to protect food from contact with insects and rodents.It is recommended to sleep in his underwear, often change the bed linen and towels.You need to wash clothes at a high temperature and always ironing.Get rid of the habit of biting his nails, if you have it.These measures will not only help prevent the emergence of worms, and quickly get rid of pinworms from the body (their lifespan is only about one month).

Treatment worms during pregnancy traditional methods

There are plants, vegetables, berries, which have anthelminthic action.This birch buds, dandelion, juniper, cranberries, rowan, watermelon, pomegranate, strawberry, Valerian, cabbage, nettle, coriander, lavender, onion, garlic, juniper, dandelion, walnut Ore, chamomile, radish, carrot, thyme, wild garlic, pumpkin seeds.But even before using herbal remedies during pregnancy should consult a doctor.

An effective is the treatment of pumpkin seeds.There are several ways to combat worms using them:

1. It should be eaten on an empty stomach about three tablespoons of crushed pumpkin seeds well.After two hours, drink a laxative as two tablespoons vegetable (preferably olive) oil.The procedure can be repeated.

2. Eat 0.5 cups of pumpkin seeds in the morning and evening for half an hour before meals for a week.

3. 100 grams of pumpkin seeds grind with 35-45 grams of water.Take for 10 days to 25 g of this mixture 4 times per day.

Harm from pumpkin seeds is not, moreover, they contain a lot of useful microelements.But the help of worms, they can not always.

There is another method: an empty stomach to eat 10 cloves of garlic with melted milk.Also, if there are no contraindications, you can try an enema infusion of chamomile or soap solution.

Remember that milk products are favorable for breeding of worms, so it is best to limit their use in the treatment.

author of the publication: Alice Egorov