Congenital Anomaly

Babies can be born with structural problems due to deformity in the womb, radiation exposure, or a hereditary disease. Such cases, called birth anomalies, are seen in about 4 percent of newborn babies. , people with a history of birth anomalies in their family or in their own  creates the most important group of risk factors.On the other hand,  some medications used in the pregnancy process are also factors that increase the likelihood of birth anomalies. Lastly,  the risk of birth anomalies increases in pregnancy over 35 years of age…

One or more organs may be affected by the anomaly in a baby born with a birth anomaly. Chromosome anomalies, one of the most common types of anomalies, are carried from generation to generation. In these cases, a positive or negative variation in chromosome may lead to health problems or differences in appearance of the child at a later age.

In single gene abnormalities, there may be 46 chromosomes, but some genes may have problems that may cause abnormalities. These cases are usually caused by some diseases during pregnancy.

The treatment methods of the birth anomalies vary depending on the location and condition of the anomaly in question. Many of the most common birth anomalies can be treated with medication or surgical procedures. In some cases, the anomaly detected in the womb can be treated significantly until birth, and the baby can have a much healthier life.