Link Between Fetal Size And Risk Of Heart Disease

A study announced a link between fetal growths with the risk of heart disease. Because the highest levels of human growth, occurs during the first three months of pregnancy.

Researchers conducted research on children and divide into groups based on the size of the fetus during pregnancy. They found children with smaller fetal size have a significantly higher risk of developing heart disease than those with large fetal size.

This is because children with a smaller fetal size have a blood pressure, fat content and cholesterol which are high. It became the factors that trigger heart disease. Meanwhile, the growth of the fetus itself is influenced by many factors such as age of the mother, smoking habits, and blood pressure.

Various health problems may be indicated by the size of the fetus during the first three months of pregnancy.

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