Poisoning during pregnancy; what to do?
During the gestation of a small man in the womb, the organism of the future mother is exposed to various factors, among which food poisoning during pregnancy should be distinguished. This negative phenomenon can be provoked even if the woman is on time observing hygiene and proper nutrition. Food poisoning during pregnancy can also be provoked by medication, so during this period, it is not recommended to take leksartsva. What is the result of such a malaise and what should be done?
Poisoning during pregnancy is a process in which there is an upset stomach, formed as a result of eating foods during the period of bearing the child, which were spoiled. Intoxication has two ways of development:
- Intestinal poisoning.
- Food toxicosis. This toxicosis occurs in almost every second pregnant woman.
Intestinal infection is not a poisoning, but a disease that requires the adoption of appropriate methods of treatment. You can get infected by using spoiled products, but also through not washed hands before eating.
Foodborne toxemia is a malaise that occurs as a result of eating food in which there are foreign microorganisms.
To poison a woman can not only food, but also household products, such as, for example, dichlorvos, gas, mercury. Let us consider in more detail what kind of danger these substances represent for the future mother and fetus.
- Intoxication with dichlorvos. To poison with dichlorvos, a woman in the situation can, if you apply this drug (dichlorvos) in a room where there is no ventilation. In the early stages of gestation, it is dangerous for pregnant women to use dichlorvos, since - this can lead to poisoning not only the woman, but also the child's fading in the womb. To learn about the poisoning of dichlorvos, a pregnant woman can, according to the first characteristic symptoms, appear in the form of dizziness, the appearance of nausea, loss of balance. Even a single inhalation of toxic gases can become fatal for the fetus. Therefore, doctors categorically forbid the use of dichlorvos and other similar means against insects, both in the early and late periods of bearing the fetus.
- Intoxication with elemental mercury. Often, a pregnant woman who does housework may accidentally touch the thermometer or thermometer and break it. If the body thermometers are equipped with alcoholic consistencies, then the usual room appliance is filled with mercury. Mercury is easy to poison because it does not have a specific odor. Everyone knows that not only is it dangerous to touch mercury in its pure form, but it is also no less dangerous to inhale its vapors. These pairs are deadly. Therefore, intoxication of the body with mercury for a pregnant woman will lead to death ends. It is important to know that mercury can be poisoned when the mixture reaches high temperatures. In a warm room, mercury molecules spread in the air, and in the cold they become solid. But in any case, in order to avoid mercury poisoning, immediately after the probability of direct contact with it, leave the room. At intoxication with mercury there is a probability of occurrence of a panting.
- Poisoning by household gas. A pregnant woman can be poisoned by domestic gas, the leakage of which is not excluded. Poisoning household gas is as easy as mercury, but it's easier to detect a gas mixture reserve than mercury. Therefore, in order not to poison yourself with gas, you should leave the room immediately, without forgetting to close the gas valve.