Where is the listeria bacteria found in pregnant women?
In pregnant women they are often found in the placenta (the organ which connects the baby's umbilical cord to the uterus).
The Listeria is spread by ingestion and eating foods that are contaminated with the bacteria. This illness is very common with the pregnant women and the newly born children.
Yes, three of the most dangerous bacteria can be found in milk, they are Listeria, Tuberculosis and Brutalises. Milk is much safer now since pasteurisation and vaccination of cattle, but people are strongly advised not to use unpasteurised milk, including cheeses, and especially not for pregnant women or for children!!
Hormonal changes make pregnant women about 20 times more likely than other healthy adults to contract listeriosis and about one-third of all cases occur in pregnant women.
Mainly because of the risk of infection with Listeria monocytogenes, a food borne bacteria which can be quite dangerous, especially during pregnancy.
To prevent Listeria infection, pregnant women should avoid hot dogs and luncheon and deli meats; soft cheeses; refrigerated meat spreads and smoked seafood; and, raw unpasteurized milk.
listeria causes septicaemia, meningitis and spontaneous abortions in pregnant women. physical symptoms are mild and flu-like, and ocassionally there are no physical symptoms.
Yes. Only if the meat if heated to steaming hot or is boiled before you eat it. There is a bacteria called Listeria that can live in Deli meat which can cause premature labor or still birth
I wouldn't. Studies have shown a high level of the harmful bacteria Listeria in hot dogs. You shouldn't eat them unless they are reheated until steamy hot. That's especially true for children, pregnant women and those with compromised immune systems.
Meats (especially poultry). Meats have a high risk of breeding salmonella and listeria Dairy, prepared salads, sprouts, soft serves-listeria. MUST BE AVOIDED BY PREGNANT WOMEN due to the high chance that listeria will multiply which can cause miscarriage and stillbirth and retardation.
The three most dangerous bacteria are Listeria, Tuberculosis and Brucellosis. Milk is much safer now since pasteurisation and vaccination of cattle, but people are strongly advised NOT to to use unpasteurised milk, including cheeses, and especially not for pregnant women or children. Some cheese gourmets think the pasteurisation changes the taste of cheeses. They may be right, but is a slight change in taste worth it? I got Brucellosis in 1996, and in 2010, I… Read More
Anyone can get Listeria, but it is the most dangerous to pregnant women. It can cause miscarriages or premature birth. Listeria is caught through eating contaminated foods. It is most prevalent in soft processed foods. Examples of these would be hot dogs, cream cheese, or feta. Pregnant women are advised to avoid these types of foods. Also, foods that touch the ground while growing are a higher risk, like cantaloupe. Ready to eat seafood and… Read More
It is not recommended that pregnant women eat Roquefort cheese. It is a blue moldy cheese and mold has toxins that are not good for the baby. Also it is a raw milk cheese with a fresh rind so there is a lot of bacteria, such as listeria that may be present as well. Listeriosis can cause miscarriage and early delivery. I love blue cheese but its not a good idea to eat while pregnant.
People most susceptible to L. monocytogenes are: -pregnant women. -the very young. -the elderly. -people who are immunocompromised (eg. people with AIDS)
Lanarkshire Blue cheese was in the 1980's the first sheep milk blue cheese produced in the British Isles for several hundred years. A scare arose because of the appearance in some European cheeses of a variety of Listeria (a bacteria) which had the potential to be particularly harmful to pregnant women and other who might be immuno suppressed. The Lanarkshire Environmental Health Service seized some £50,000 worth of Lanark Blue cheese from the maker claiming… Read More
can pregnant women eat shrimp Answer: No, it is not advisable for pregnant women to eat shrimp. There are too many risks involved with seafood - one common risk is that the food could be contaminated with bacteria.
yes they can yes they can YES! Yes, However most dr's tell you to heat it now due to the small risk of listeria but it's really up to you.
My dr. says stay out of lakes and pond water while pregnant. Bacteria is high and baby is at risk!!
Group B streptococcus (GBS) is a type of bacterial infection that can be found in a pregnant woman's vagina or rectum. This bacteria is normally found in the vagina and/or rectum of about 25 % of all healthy, adult women. Those women who test positive for GBS are said to be colonized. A mother can pass GBS to her baby during delivery. GBS is responsible for affecting about 1 in every 2,000 babies in the… Read More
Yes, pregnant women can take Zolpidem when directed and controlled by a physician. This drug is found to cause some preterm births depending on the quantity taken and its duration.
Typically hot dogs are precooked, so the assumption is that they are safe, however there are some health risks associated with uncooked dogs. Listeria is a risk. Women that are pregnant or the elderly should always cook their hot dogs before eating.
While it is true that imitation crab meat does not contain high levels of mercury, that doesn't mean it is unconditionally safe for pregnant women to eat. Imitation crab meat falls into the same safety category as deli meats, which means that you can eat it but it must be heated to steaming first. The reason for this is because there have been known outbreaks of listeria monocytogenes associated with imitation crab meat. While your… Read More
Yes, Parmesan cheese comes from cow's milk, and that is what a child needs to grow (and it helps make yours and the baby's bones stronger). If you are worried about Listeria (that can cause miscarriages), which is sometimes found in cheeses, Parmesan is not on the list. Parmesan is considered safe. Listeria tends to be found in softer, moister processed foods. For instance, blue cheese is not recommended during pregnancy. Neither are hot dogs… Read More
Nitrous Oxide (laughing gas) isn't hazardous to pregnant women or the fetus.
can a women get a women pregnant
They have not found any effects on the fetus but advise you ask your doctor anyway.
Yes, chlamydia is common in pregnant women. The CDC notes that prevalence in prenatal clinics in 2011 found that 7.7% of patients had chlamydia. (see related link) The number appears to be dropping compared to prior years.
Raw food is much more susceptible to bacteria which can result in a life threatening virus to the fetus. When you cook the food, it cooks out the bacteria. For example, when you cook with wine, the alcohol cooks out and the food cannot get your drunk or "buzzed".
Some women say they experience symptoms right away other women can go 1-2 or even 3 months without knowing that they have conceived and are pregnant. I just found out I was pregnant with #4 6wks and I just knew I was from the symptoms I was having. all women are different if you think you are pregnant talk to you doctor they will help you find out.
Women who are pregnant, or who suspect that they are pregnant, must tell their doctor before the procedure begins. Pregnant women can, and should, have a colposcopy if they have an abnormal Pap test.
almonds is good for pregnant women.
No. No alcohol is safe for pregnant women.
Yes. It is OK for pregnant women.
pregnant women or women who are breastfeeding (vision may not be stable)
pregnant womentechnically aren't as physically stable as a non-pregnant women (and obviously men cause they can't get pregnant) so pregnant women are more vulnerable to the swine flu
Yes, both pregnant and non-pregnant women can get BV. It's of more concern in pregnant women because it is associated with preterm labor.
I believe I finally found the answer to my own question, it is the arts and crafts industry.
Birth control refers to all kinds of contraception. *Diaphragms: 14 out of every 100 women will become pregnant *Cervical caps: 16 out of every 100 women will become pregnant *Leah's shield: 15 out of every 100 women will become pregnant *The Combination Pill: 8 out of every 100 women will become pregnant *Male condoms: 15 out of every 100 women will become pregnant *Female condoms: 21 out of every 100 women will become pregnant *Contraceptive… Read More
No. They're fine for pregnant women.
Any sperm can get a women pregnant.
Women can get pregnant as long as they are menstruating
Yes. It is safe for pregnant women.
No. Many pregnant women do have "morning sickness", but many women have no symptoms.
The cause of UTI is bacterial infection. Typically in young to middle aged women the bacteria responsible is E. Coli. This bacteria is frequently found in human feces. Women tend to get UTI's much more frequently than men for 2 reasons. Their urethra is much closer to the rectum which increases the chance for E. Coli infection. And they have a much shorter urethra. Other bacteria can also be responsible for UTIs but they are… Read More
Pregnant women and women who could possibly be pregnant should only receive orbital x rays when absolutely necessary
Valuable to pregnant women what B vitamin gets its name from the Latin for leaf since it's found in leafy vegetables?
Is it safe to go into a public swimming pool if you are 38 weeks pregnant and the cervix is starting to soften?
Certainly. There is a plug of mucus in your cervix blocking off the path to bacteria then you also have your bag of waters protecting the baby. So go, have fun. Swimming is GREAT for pregnant women.
Truffles are a type of fungus that grow on trees. They are safe for pregnant or breastfeeding women so long as they are eaten in moderation. It is not safe for small children under the age of three to consume truffles since they can be high in bacteria.
Hi No once pregnant You can't ovulate. Your body automatically creates a hold on future eggs being released during pregnancy. Actually many women who are in their 30's have been pregnant and 4 weeks later found out they are having another baby. It is rare but some older women do ovulate during pregnancy.
Can a women 7 months pregnant and not show?
No, This is only an Old Wise Tell.