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Your family history of pregnancy

"Recently I learned that my mother and one of her sisters had lost their baby not long after birth. no one knows why if this could happen to me? "
Formerly illness or death if the infant is often withheld if the loss of a baby is a sin or something that shames. But now we realize that the disclosure of a history of previous generations can help the health and welfare of future generations. Despite the deaths of two babies in similar circumstances can be just a coincidence, of course, be advantageous if you contact an expert adviser to genetics or maternal relationship with the fetus for advice. Your doctor can provide expert advice which can be contacted.
Couples who do not have information about possible defects in the family their derivatives, may be wise if they want to learn it, perhaps by asking older family members. Because many derivatives that allow abnormalities to be diagnosed before birth, then to equip themselves with information like this, will be able to prevent the problem before it arises, or treat it if the problem was already there.
"There was a story in our family about the babies who seem fine after the birth, but then became ill and more ill. Eventually they died at the age of a young baby. Should I be worried? "
Among some of the major causes of infant illness and death in a few days or weeks after birth, is what is known as congenital metabolic errors. Babies are born with genetic defects like these, lack one of the enzymes or other chemicals, so they are not able to process certain food elements. Elements of this food depends on what enzymes that are not owned. Ironically the baby's life is just messed up when he started eating.
Fortunately, most such disorders can be diagnosed before birth, and in many cases can be treated. So you're lucky if you have information like this much earlier, and make sure that you will perform the necessary action. Discuss this information with your doctor, and if recommended by him consult a genetic counselor

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