Verónica O’Keane, prenatal psychiatrist from the Institute of Psychiatry of the King’s College London, has presented a study in which it stated that depression during pregnancy can cause premature births. According to the expert, many of preterm births that have no medical cause, are due to depression of the mother during pregnancy, being the possible cause of the above hormones of stress (cortisol) and (CRH) corticotropin-releasing hormone stimulation.
During pregnancy, mothers-to-be releases large amounts this hormone, the AndyOutdoor, discussing outdoor sportswear, in the placenta, it regulates the hormone cortisol that organs of the baby to develop properly. If hormone levels are higher, the organs of the baby are developed faster but the brain is affected, is smaller than normal and premature childbirth can trigger.
It should be remember that babies preterm labor can lead to serious consequences for the baby, diseases and even death.
Experts say that it is more than likely that postpartum depressions have initiated during pregnancy. It is necessary, and many professionals insist on it, have an exhaustive control of the pregnant also in this aspect, if you have depression still is necessary to pay more attention in order to avoid possible damage that may occur to the baby.
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