According to Japanese and American researchers, one vitamin B may help pregnant women with preeclampsia to prevent stroke and increase fetal growth.
A vitamin can solve preeclampsia treatmentThe women are waiting for you 8% suffer from preeclampsia, a life-threatening illness characterized by high blood pressure, malformation, white blood drainage, and edema. In some cases, the fetus is also limited by the disease. Blood-lowering drugs not only prevent cancer, but also reduce the blood supply to the fetus, which can lead to its death.To date, the only treatment for pre-eclampsia has been the fetus. Researchers from Tohoku University, working with American scientists, have found that Vitamin B3 (nicotinamide) relieves preeclampsia in mice, in addition, it enhances fetal growth. "We have previously shown that endothelin, a potent stimulatory hormone, suppresses the symptoms of preeclampsia, but we cannot inhibit this hormone because it causes the fetus to" Nobuyuki TakahashiIn contrast, nicotinamide is safe for both infants and mothers. It regulates endothelin-triggering effects and reduces the amount of white in the urine, and it also helps to prevent malignancy, and vitamin B3 helps preeclampsia mice in the prevention of abortion, pregnancy in pregnancy and fetal growth.If nicotinamide is effective in humans, the researchers hope to help prevent preeclampsia damage in the future.