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- Pregnancy Bible, Joanne Stone, MD and Keith Eddleman, MD
- Preparation for Birth, The complete Guide to the Lamaze Method
- Neonatology for the Clinician by Jeffrey Pomeranc and C. Joan Richardson
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Copyright ⓒ 2014 John Sangwon Lee, MD., FAAP
Alcohol drinking during pregnancy is not allowed 임신 중 알코올(술)을 조금이라도 마셔서는 안 된다
If a pregnant woman drinks any kind of alcohol during pregnancy, the fetus will also drink alcohol. Drinking alcohol by the fetus is very harmful to the fetus’ physical and mental health.
And after birth, minor behavioral or cognitive impairment may occur, and fetal alcohol syndrome may occur.
- You don’t know exactly how much alcohol you need to consume to harm your baby’s health.
- However, the more you drink, the longer you drink, the more harmful to the health of the fetus, the more likely it is to develop fetal alcohol syndrome, and the more likely to cause malformations in the fetus.
- Some people say that pregnant women can drink a little while pregnant, but drinking during pregnancy is quite harmful to the physical and mental nerves of the fetus. Never drink a drop while pregnant or when you are likely to become pregnant. Women planning to become pregnant should not drink any alcohol of any kind, as it can lead to not knowing that they are pregnant in the early stages of pregnancy.
- In particular, during the first trimester of pregnancy, all organs of the fetus, including the brain, stomach, and heart, begin to form, and the fetus grows and develops rapidly. At this time, congenital anomalies may occur in the fetus due to a small amount of alcohol consumed by the pregnant woman.
- Many types of food or drugs may contain some alcohol.
- Therefore, especially when buying food or drugs, you should check if there is alcohol in them.
- Avoid foods that contain alcohol.
- Studies have shown that pregnant women drinking 30cc of Absolute Alcohol can cause miscarriage.
- The average weight of babies born to pregnant women who often drank a lot is lighter than the average weight of babies born to pregnant women who did not drink at all.
- Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, or minor behavioral disorders and cognitive impairment can occur in babies born to pregnant women who drank 90 cc or more of non-alcohol a day.
- In the United States, the incidence of fetal alcohol syndrome is 0.2 to 1.5 out of 1,000 living newborns, and fetal alcohol spectrum disorders are said to be three times the incidence of fetal alcohol syndrome.
- However, the incidence of fetal alcohol syndrome in the socioeconomically low class in the United States is 3 to 5 out of every 1,000 living newborns. With peculiar facial hair, there may be symptoms such as microcephaly, short eyelid fever, flat throat, and thin upper lip.
- It can occur in children with fetal alcohol syndrome.
- Neurodevelopmental disorders of the central nervous system may occur. In other words, there may be an abnormality in the cerebellum, basal ganglia, corpus callosum, etc., mental retardation, personal disability, intelligence disorder, attention deficit and hyperactivity, hostile defiant disorder (Oppositional defiant disorder), etc.
- Convulsions, eye movement disorders, and myopia may also occur. Kidney impairment and esophageal disorders can also occur. Not all fetuses have these symptoms.
- Therefore, it is necessary to differentiate between Williams syndrome and Dubowiz syndrome. Syrup drugs or other types of potions may contain a little alcohol, so during pregnancy, according to the doctor’s prescription, only drugs that do not contain alcohol should be selected and treated.
- When you drink wine, beer, and other types of alcohol, alcohol produces a lot of calories.
- You can use the calories produced at this time as energy, but no nutrients are produced from the alcohol you drank.
- Because of this, when pregnant women drink a lot of alcohol, their appetite may drop.
- Drinking a lot of alcohol, which has no nutritional value, can cause malnutrition to the fetus as well as the pregnant woman.
- When drinking alcohol after delivery, the alcohol in the blood goes through the breast milk to the breastfeeding baby.
- The diagnosis of fetal alcohol syndrome is based on the fact that alcohol was consumed during pregnancy and the symptoms of the baby’s symptoms.
- Differential diagnosis of symptoms caused by other causes. There is no other special diagnostic method.
- There is no special treatment for treatment, and treatment is performed according to symptoms and symptoms, and symptomatic treatment is performed. references; Pediatrics News august, 2008 p 33) Pregnancy Bible, Joanne Stone, MD and Keith Eddleman, MD Preparation for Birth, The complete Guide to the Lamaze Method Neonatology for the Clinician by Jeffrey Pomeranc and C. Joan Richardson etc Copyright ⓒ 2014 John Sangwon Lee, MD., FAAP
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