The term "crisis" means any sharp change in the body, the cause of which is not so important, but the manifestations can be very diverse. So in the body of a newborn child, in connection with his birth, many changes take place to adapt to the external environment. An important role in this is played by hormonal changes that directly depend on the mother's body.
During pregnancy, for a normal fetal development, it is necessary that there is a sufficient amount of estrogens and progesterone, regardless of the sex of the child. This is necessary for the development of the genitals, but also for the bookmarking of many glands and their normal function. Therefore, during pregnancy, the level of maternal hormones increases to provide both the mother and the fetus. The action and amount of these hormones may be inadequate, then there may be threats from the fetus. Excess sex hormones can also give clinical manifestations in the form of a sexual crisis.
Therefore, the main reason for any manifestations of sexual crisis in a child can be considered exactly the influence of the sex hormones of mother during pregnancy. They are synthesized by both the adrenal glands, and the ovaries, and the placenta and affect many organs of the child. Therefore, after birth, the baby can have some manifestations from the genitals, skin, mammary glands. This is considered quite normal and does not require any medical measures.
But the sexual crisis does not manifest in all children, and only 76% of all newborns have similar changes. Therefore it is necessary to allocate groups of risk concerning this pathology in order to know about the possibility of such manifestations and to calm my mother in time.
If the pregnancy was pre-planned, then hormonal screening is carried out and if the problems are detected, hormone levels are corrected. In such cases, with a planned pregnancy, no problems usually arise. The risk group includes women who have miscarriage or a threat of miscarriage, which requires external intervention. The reason for this condition in most cases is the lack of sex hormones of the mother for implantation of the embryo and normal blood circulation. Therefore, when a threat is carried out additional hormone replacement therapy. If the amount of such therapy exceeds the norm, the hormones act on the baby and cause the appearance of symptoms. Women with concomitant pathology also belong to the risk group. If there is a late gestosis, it can also cause the appearance of symptoms of a sexual crisis.
In any case, this physiological phenomenon and complications can only occur with concomitant secondary infections. Therefore, you need to know the manifestations of not only normal symptoms, but also possible complications.
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