It is difficult to cope with the loss of a child, regardless of their age. That includes dealing with miscarriage.
Patients who have had miscarriages are always in search of answers as to why this happened.
Was it my fault?
What could I have done differently?
What did I do wrong?
After healing from the emotional trauma, if a couple tries to conceive again, the most important question is: What can we do to prevent a miscarriage?
According to a Swedish study, women who are deficient in Folate (natural form of folic acid) have a much higher risk of miscarriage. Though correlation does not equal causation, we want to eliminate all possible contributing factors
In other instances, a facial defect known as Clef Palate is likely to develop.
The worst case scenario, is that your baby develops a neural tube defect called Spina Bifida
In the early stages of gestation an opening in the embryo’s neural tube forms thus allowing a portion of the spinal cord or brain to grow outside of the body. The mother’s body may spontaneously abort (miscarry) or the pregnancy may end in stillbirth.
A popular suggestion is to start taking your prenatal a month prior to trying to conceive since the neural tube is one of the first things to form within the initial 4-6 weeks. This is usually before the first missed period. The mother-to-be at this point is often unaware of the fetus growing inside.
Unfortunately, not all prenatal are created equally and some may lack the CDC recommended amount of folic acid you and your baby need. So as not to overlook this crucial detail, expectant moms or those who hope to be someday can start supplementing with the FP Folic Acid tablets.
The FP Folic Acid tablets can:
- Reduce the risk of birth defects
- Improve brain function
- Increase breast- milk supply
- Prevent eye diseases such as macular degeneration
- Improve skin quality
Talk to your doctor and see if FP Folic Acid tablets are the right fit for you.