Unsuccessful pregnancies increase the risk of infarction

Unsuccessful pregnancies increase the risk of infarction

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Each failed pregnancy increases the rate of infarction by 40 percent, and two failed pregnancies increase the odds by a factor of four. Increasing the incidence of a single death by 3.5 times, reports Heart's December 1 issue.

A German study analyzed data from 11,500 mothers who were pregnant at least once. One in four had at least one death in pregnancy, 18 percent before 24 weeks, and 2 percent in older pregnancies (the latter is called stillbirth).
During the hot follow-up period, 82 women had a heart attack and 112 had a brain attack. There were no dead pregnancies in women with cerebral palsy. Although the chances of an infarction were reduced when smoking, overweight and alcohol consumption were all considered in the study groups, both of them increased the risk of disease, but the risk was also 5 times higher.
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play "Dead pregnancies and spontaneous abortions raise the cost of infarction" - summarize their findings by authors Elham Kharazmi, Laure Dossus, Sabine Rohrmann and Rudolf Kaaks. "Repetitive miscarriages and significant risk factors for stillbirth, are important for regular monitoring and minimizing other risk factors," they add.
Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum, a specialist at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York and a supporter of the American Heart Association, agreed with the observations. "It seems that women with heart disease have a tendency to be defined as men," said an independent expert. "Traditional risk estimates often underestimate the value of women's heart attack," he adds.
"Every conceiving pregnancy is unsuccessful. Unfortunately, many do not train their bodies, diabetes and high blood pressure are common, which also increases the risk of infarction.
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