Heart Disease In Pregnancy - symptom, Treatment of Heart Disease In Pregnancy
The presence of established heart disease in the mother makes for a high risk pregnancy.
Care must then be planned with both the cardiologist and the obstetrician working together. 'Borderline' heart disease-one that has been compensated by body physiology for years-may suddenly show up during pregnancy. Breathlessness, palpitations, and extreme fatigue in early pregnancy call for urgent investigation of the heart and blood vessels. On evaluating the state of the heart, and depending on the type of heart disease, the decision to continue or to terminate the pregnancy must be taken jointly by the mother and her doctors. If the pregnancy can be allowed to continue, there are special forms of care that will be advised. As she nears term, the mode of delivery will depend on cardiac status and obstetric factors. As pregnancy can be hazardous to women with heart disease, it is imperative that they seek medical advice before planning a pregnancy. Conversely, contraceptive advice must be sought-and followed-after the puerperium.
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