When does a late pregnancy require special medical supervision?

Waiting for a baby is always a test of the female body for strength, especially when it comes to expectant mothers older than 30-35 years. But there are situations when the "interesting position" of the "age" Mom requires particularly careful control. What you need to know about late pregnancy after IVF and miscarriage, and also taking place against a background of various chronic diseases?

ECO: technology to help
Pregnancy, resulting from IVF, always requires increased attention. After all, unfortunately, it is not always possible to preserve it. According to various sources, about 30% of such pregnancies are interrupted before the 12-14 weeks period.

The main factors that lead to miscarriages of pregnancy after IVF:
Why prepare after IVF? Among the characteristics of pregnancy, which arose as a result of auxiliary reproductive technologies, note:
Miscarriage: we start anew
Spontaneous abortion can provoke a variety of causes: genetic disorders and fluctuations in the hormonal background, pathologies of the cervix, external factors and stress. In addition, the female body at the age of thirty is often not able to take out the baby without the competent help of medical specialists. It may be due not so much to the fact that the older a woman, the more difficult it is for her to physically endure pregnancy, but also with the fact that with age in an egg, women undergo genetic changes, resulting in a fetus with genetic abnormalities that are often incompatible with life .

Most women successfully become pregnant again a year after the spontaneous abortion.

The risk of miscarriage depends both on the type of pathology leading to infertility and the age of the woman: up to 35 years - 10.5%, 35-39 years-16.1%, more than 40 years -42.9%.

What do you need to remember? Pregnancy in chronic diseases
Waiting for the baby is a serious pressure on the body, which can trigger a relapse of many "sleeping" before the disease. The greater the age of the future mother, the higher the likelihood that she has chronic sores. To diseases that complicate the course of pregnancy include: If earlier the chronic illness did not make itself felt, being in a "sleeping mode", the accompanying development of the embryo splash of hormones in the body and the increased stress on all organs during pregnancy contributes to its aggravation. Usually, the disease makes itself felt in the first three months of pregnancy, when an active laying of the organs and tissues of the future baby is carried out. The most important thing in this case is close and confidential contact with the obstetrician-gynecologist: he will give valuable instructions on nutrition, lifestyle and taking appropriate medications to reduce the negative impact of a chronic illness on the course of a long-awaited pregnancy.