NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Recently, researchers have found that pregnant women have increased risk of developing sexually transmitted infections.
According to the British newspaper "Del Mail", the early stages of pregnancy, influenza mother infections, reduce the possibility of stressful brain treatment and contribute to the development of the baby's every viral infection.
According to researchers, influenza infections can lead to the pain of subsequent offspring of mental disorders.
"Influenza infection leads to changes in behavioral patterns or mental illness, such as depression for children," said Dr. Daniel Pollock, University of Vienna, Vienna.
Researchers recommend pregnant women to take flu vaccine in pregnancy that, as confirmed in previous studies, this vaccine reduces maternal infections by influenza and strengthens the fetus for 6 months after birth.