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What Diseases Can Be Cured during Pregnancy?

During pregnancy you can get rid of certain diseases or at least notice an improvement.

When you think about pregnancy, the things that come into your mind are rather negative:  you`ll be experiencing nausea or dizziness, you`ll get fat, you`ll have your legs swollen, you`ll suffer from insomnia or you`ll visit the toilet 10 times a night. diseases cured during pregnancyBut let`s also see the half-full part of the glass: a pregnancy can protect you from certain diseases from you may already suffer or you could suffer in the future.

Arthritis Can Improve

Statistics say that women with ages between 20 and 50 years old are prone to experiencing rheumatic or inflammatory diseases. It was noticed that pregnancy women with arthritis are likely to show any symptoms through pregnancy. No pain or inflammation, and the reason isn`t related to any inexplicable miracle, but rather about the hormonal regulation which may combat rheumatic symptoms. Another explanation found by scientists may be related to the improvement of the immune system in the attempt of protecting the fetus which is already developing. This in fact leads to an improved protection against autoimmune diseases from which rheumatic arthritis is part of.

Endometriosis Disappears

This is probably the most frequent healing during pregnancy. Endometriosis refers to the abnormal growth of endometrial cells, which detach from the uterine walls during menstruation, and which can be accompanied by pelvic pains. Due to the relaxation from during birth, when there`s a big quantity of receptors of prostaglandin eliminated (the same receptors which are responsible with the menstrual pain), endometriosis can disappear.

Lower Risk of Cancer

Recent studies show that pregnancy can be an important factor which can lower the risk of breast and ovarian cancer. Moreover, the more pregnancies you had and the younger you`ve been when had these pregnancies (of course, we talk about the period after 18 years old), the greater the protective effect. Although it`s only a theory for now, experts think that a possible explanation can be related to ovulation during pregnancy. The less a woman ovulates during pregnancy, the risk of cancer decreases considerably.

The Skin`s Appearance Improves during Pregnancy

A pregnancy can offer better moisturizing to a dry skin, and from the second trimester, you can also benefit of what is known as “pregnancy glow,” a special glow of the skin from which you can benefit during the entire pregnancy. The hair can also benefit from this glow, and is all due to your hormones.

The Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis Are Decreased

Some pregnant women with multiple sclerosis will notice a decline of this disease during the last 3 months of pregnancy. However, the disease may reappear during the first 3 months after birth.

Sexual Performance Is Improved

Intimate contacts don`t affect in any way the unborn child. The only exception is when the pregnant woman suffers from cervical insufficiency, and the doctor prescribed her complete bed rest and absence of any effort. Enjoy this period in which the libido is at its peak, which is due to testosterone and estrogen. Starting with the second trimester of pregnancy, the amount of blood pumped to the body increases, so in the pelvic area as well, which contributes to maintaining the libido.

A Better Heart during Pregnancy

Not that it wasn`t the same case before being pregnant, but there is research according which, the more pregnancies a woman had, the better heart activity she has. It`s believed that the increased level of estrogen during pregnancy compensates the low amount during menopause (the lack of an optimal volume of estrogen in the organism leads to a malfunction of the heart and the installation of certain conditions).

Altogether, almost one third from women who gave birth have a better health, another third are just as healthy as before birth, and inexplicably, another third claim their health was improved since they expect a child.

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