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Shocking Study Revealed: Stress may Alter Baby’s Sex in Womb!

by Ankit Sharma Women's Clinic

If you are pregnant, then your first priority is to stay happy and healthy. Do you know mental and physical stress during these nine months can influence your baby’s sex? According to a new study, physical stress can raise the risk of delivering premature baby.

The study
Researchers studied 187 healthy pregnant women, ages 18-45 years. About 17 per cent of them were depressed, mentally stressed, and in anxiety. About 16 per cent of them showed physical stress such as high blood pressure and high calorie intake.

The result
Women with physical or mental stress are more likely to deliver a baby girl.
 
Classically, around 105 baby boys are born for every 100 baby girls. In this study, researchers found a surprising result. The male-to-female ratio was 4:9 in the group with physical stress and was 2:3 in the group with mental stress.

In both cases, baby girls were born to women who were stressed physically and mentally.

The 9/11 phenomenon
Many researchers have observed the above pattern in various tragic events, especially the 9/11 terrorist attack that happened in New York City.

Male births relatively decreased.

So, if your gynecologist in Greater Noida emphasizes on managing stress, trying to stay happy, and eating well, she is absolutely right. Please listen to her.

You are creating a new life. No matter whatever is the situation in your life, you must welcome the new life with happiness. And for that, you need to begin to stay happy right from the time the life starts generating in your womb.

Avoid the risk of premature baby
Studies have also revealed that women who are physically stressed are more likely to have premature babies. Their fetus usually showed a sign of slower development of central nervous system.

Women who are mentally stressed can have more birth complications, says the latest findings.

Studies on animals have already proved that high stress levels contribute to raising level of cortisol, which is a stress hormone, in the uterus. This can adversely affect your fetus.

Stress also affects immune system. So, if you are pregnant, this can lead to alterations that may impact behavioral and neurological development of your fetus.

The studies are published in PNAS – Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

For decades, doctors have been focusing on the adverse effects of stress. Medical science is now proving that stressful situations in the mind and the body can create illnesses and disorders in the body.

Now, it is proved that it can alter the development of your fetus and even alter the sex of the fetus!

If stress can do so much, is it worth having? According to a reputable gynecologist in Greater Noida, we must strive to stay happy and healthy to reduce mental and physical stress.


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