Every family looking forward to a new life will be very happy when they know that they are pregnant. At this stage, they all hope that their children will be born healthily. Therefore, they will have a birth check-up at different stages of pregnancy to ensure their own health and the health of their babies. However, when doing the check-up, they will find that the development of the fetus is relatively slow. So what are the reasons for the slow development of pregnant embryos?
First, if the fetus itself has chromosomal abnormalities, the embryo may be damaged, thus limiting its ability to grow, resulting in slow embryo development. In addition, insufficient growth hormone or insulin will also inhibit the development and growth of embryos.
Second, if the pregnant woman’s body has chronic hypertension or nephritis, there will be placental blood supply disorder, so the fetus may have chronic hypoxia, thus dragging into the development process. In addition, if pregnant women have severe anemia or heart and lung diseases before pregnancy, it is also very likely to affect embryo development.
Third, after pregnancy, if pregnant women lose appetite because of picky eaters or some morning sickness reactions, it is very likely that they will suffer from malnutrition, which will also affect the development of the fetus. Therefore, in the pre-pregnancy period, you should eat something more or less.