> Pregnancy and main physiological changes of the blood tests

pregnant assists you in numerous physiological modifications of blood tests. We list below the main.

Emocromo

    the

  • Reduction of the content of hemoglobin of about 10%
  • Number of red blood cells is slightly reduced (3 million – 3milioni and a half)
  • the

  • Values of reticulocytes 5-10 per mille (See N. 2-3 per thousand)
  • the

  • Increase in white blood cells up to 10-12
  • the

  • Increase platelets 300-350

clotting Factors

    the

  • Increased fibrinogen
  • the

  • Increase of the activityà protrombinica

Proteine plasmatiche

    the

  • Reduction of albumin
  • the

  • Increased alpha-beta globulin (especially alpha2)
  • the

  • Slight decrease of the gamma globulins
  • the

  • Lowering of ratio of albumin/globulin
  • the

  • In the last 3 months slight albuminuria of less than 1 per mille

Metabolismo del ferro

    the

  • Slight reduction in the serum iron
  • the

  • Slight reduction of ferritinemia

For the above, exhibited a mild anemia in pregnancy is completely normal. Lipidogramma The serum cholesterol levels begin to increase toward the 16th week and from the 30^ is 60% higher than the normal values.

the free cholesterol exceeds 200 mg %, and può to get to 400 mg %. VES The VES is tending to increase, with the values of protein C completely unchanged.

Pregnancy low risk: the information contained in the video, così as the text of the song correspond to, and reflect recommendations taken from the guidelines of the schools of the Sanità international.

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