Good or bad is a controversial issue. Everyone has their own views and positions of life. But that you can not argue that it is very important for all people to give birth to a strong healthy baby. However, in everything you should find the "golden mean". After all, how often does it happen? Heard the information that somewhere, someone had a baby with a serious pathology, and all because a pregnant woman found a deficiency of a specific vitamin - and pounce on multivitamin complexes so that, God forbid, with us the same happened. As a result, we get hypervitaminosis - and no less serious problems.
This is the situation today with vitamin E when planning pregnancy, and in the period of bearing a baby. Need it or not? Useful or not? How much and when? Where, in what way and how? Unambiguous answers to all such questions are simply unrealistic. After all, we are not robots. And even if the statistics stubbornly asserts that 99% of women do this and that - no one knows for sure whether it belongs to the general mass, or to that one percent of the exceptions.
Therefore, dear women, when planning a pregnancy, the main thing is not to overdo it. And do not resort to self-medication. The main task in preparing for conception is to examine your body, To exclude presence of serious diseases or to reveal them and to treat.
With vitamins, be extremely careful. Before you run to the pharmacy and buy all sorts of multivitamin complexes consult with your doctor, do the necessary tests and find out what your body needs and what does not.
Many can say that in our time, you rarely find a person with perfect health. How can you do without vitamins? Rather, you will be right. In the period of preparation for conception, the role of vitamins increases dramatically. You are preparing to conceive a new life, and for this the organism uses your "material". And the fact, how it turns out to be "good", as a result will affect the course of pregnancy, during childbirth, on the health of your baby.
Vitamin E to prepare for pregnancy is often prescribed. To understand whether or not it is necessary to deliver it to the body, it is necessary to understand what benefit it has in itself.
So, vitamin E:
- is an effective antioxidant;
- prevents the occurrence of inflammatory diseases;
- regulates the production of progesterone in women;
- favorably affects the formation of spermatozoa in men and oocytes in women;
- helps in the growth and development of the uterus;
- cures dysfunction of the ovaries;
- has vasodilating properties;
- lowers high blood pressure;
- delays the aging process of the body;
- prevents the formation of blood clots;
- participates in the exchange processes;
- improves blood circulation;
- increases physical endurance;
- takes part in the formation of the placenta;
- helps to synthesize lactation hormone.
From all that has been said, there is an unequivocal conclusion: vitamin E is necessary not only in the period of pregnancy planning and bearing, but in any other period it has a very beneficial effect on the human body.
Vitamin E in pregnancy planning: dosage
Then what's the problem? The answer is simple - in dosages. After all, for any person, the danger is both the excess and the lack of vitamins in the body. It is proved that with a lack of vitamin E there are various problems: anemia, diseases of the reproductive system, destruction of red blood cells, muscle weakness. When there is a shortage of this vitamin (it is also called tocopherol) during pregnancy in newborns, the risk of hemolytic anemia increases. On the other hand, many scientists argue that even established dosage standards for vitamin E carry a certain danger to the fetus. Studies have shown that taking vitamin E, especially in early pregnancy, increases the chance of heart problems in newborns.
In a number of multivitamin preparations for pregnant women, vitamin E is also contained in varying amounts. It is prescribed in the planning of pregnancy as a mono drug. The daily dose of vitamin E outside pregnancy should not exceed 10 mg. Usually take one capsule of vitamin E per day.
However, if you plan to become a mother in the coming months, then for this period the doctor can increase the dose, double it to 20 mg per day and even increase several times! During two months of pregnancy planning, vitamin E can be taken at a dosage of 100 mg per day, and with a habitual miscarriage of the fetus, the dose can be increased to 200 mg per day. But in general, with dosage is not so simple & hellip; Only an experienced doctor is able to select the correct dose of vitamin E, if necessary, his ward, who plans to conceive a baby, and also advise her to use a good safe (not synthetic!) Drug.
At the stage of preparation for pregnancy, vitamin E is prescribed in the second half of the menstrual cycle - after the onset of ovulation until the end of the phase of the yellow body (that is, until the next monthly, if conception does not occur in this cycle).
But we must not forget that with the onset of pregnancy, already at the earliest dates, as mentioned above, such a dosage can provoke problems with the heart of a future baby. Therefore, as soon as the fact of pregnancy is confirmed, the dosage of vitamin E will need to be adjusted towards a decrease or a complete withdrawal.
Vitamin E - Food and Drugs
The use of natural vitamin E can become an exit from an ambiguous situation with a medicine, because it is with nutrition that we get the most important substances. Vitamin E is found in almost all products of plant origin (sprouts of wheat and rye, legumes, soy, spinach, parsley, lettuce, tomatoes, rose hips, flax family, etc.). Tocopherol is also found in almonds, peanuts, hazelnuts and oatmeal. Include in your diet, liver, eggs, meat, fatty fish. The main source of vitamin E are vegetable oils (sunflower, peanut, corn, soybean, cottonseed, sea buckthorn). It is important to remember that the useful qualities of tocopherol are lost by light and heat treatment. Therefore, vegetable oil should be stored in the dark, and eat only freshly prepared foods.
Vitamin E is easily stored in the body and is removed from it with the same rapidity and ease. Most likely, if you make up the right diet during the pregnancy planning, you may not need to take an additional intake of multivitamin funds. But in any case, a specialist consultation is necessary.