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Did you know nine out of ten women enjoy a truly good alcoholic drink? But are you aware of what amount of alcohol you can consume when you’re pregnant?
Expert’s say drinking alcohol during your pregnancy will result in birth defects. This is caused because alcohol crosses the placenta, the babies’ blood stream and alcohol will affect your baby’s growth in your womb.
So think about this for a moment.
Every alcoholic drink you’ve your fetus gets a shot of it, and this is extremely vital since the first three months your baby’s body and brain are developing. So you can see what damage you’re giving your child, plus it isn’t always the short term effects you’re damaging, it is also the long term effects as well. Studies have found that women who have consumed alcohol through there pregnancy have found there children usually grow up to be alcoholics or drink regularly.
Just what will be effected while pregnant?
– The way the baby is developing in your womb.
– Your baby’s health.
– Your personal health.
– Drinking alcohol will cause fetal alcohol spectrum disorder.
– Your child’s learning ability.
– Alcohol consumption has been known to raise the risk of a miscarriage.
– Malformation of your baby’s heart and other developing organs.
– Your baby being susceptible to illness later on in adult life.
Alcohol consumption before your pregnancy.
Very few ladies know this but alcohol consumption just before your pregnant is the most harmful way of effecting the growth of your baby. You also need to know that cutting down or stopping alcohol will make a huge difference to your baby’s health and growth. But you must also know and be aware, that when the damage has been done, you cannot reverse it.
Thus consider your baby’s health before you consume the next alcoholic drink.
Therefore my suggestions to you would be to quit drinking immediately if you are pregnant or your trying for a baby. Experts have also found evidence that heavy drinking is related to a lower sperm fertility. Therefore if your partner is a heavy drinker you will have to seek specialist advice on how to cut down.
If you’re finding this hard to do, there is always help nearby. I’ve read some amazing reviews on Lee Milteer’s “How You Can Stop Drinking And Enhance Your Life”. You will find more information about stop drinking here stopdrinkingadvice.org