Scientists have found a link between viral respiratory infections in pregnant women and diabetes in children

Specialists conducted a survey of 100 pregnant women and installed, acute respiratory viral infections during gestation can result in the development of diabetes of the first type of the unborn child.

The struggle of the organism of the pregnant woman and the virus associated with some pathological conditions. Changing the structure of the pancreas, suffer the beta cells that produce insulin. Transfer of antibodies to the cells of the pancreas can lead to diabetes of the first type in the child.

Scientists advise before pregnancy to protect against viral infections and to vaccinate from the popular causative agents of influenza. During pregnancy, the child should be careful not to visit places with large crowds (large shops, public transport).

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