For any woman, the instinct to bear and give birth to a child is basic, which was originally programmed by nature. From the moment of conception, the body is faced with a global restructuring of the hormonal background, which affects all organs and systems, and also creates the basis for biological processes in the future.
If a woman voluntarily or for medical reasons cannot bear and give birth to a child in her entire life, this circumstance will not serve as a verdict for her health. Nevertheless, , there is a direct link between the absence of pregnancy and childbirth and an increased risk of such diseases:
Despite this, if a woman has a hereditary predisposition to the development of breast or ovarian cancer, then even pregnancy is not a panacea for cancer.
In general, voluntary abandonment of motherhood does not entail global risks and consequences.
Sometimes you can hear the opinion that childbirth heals and rejuvenates a woman's body. In fact, this statement is rather a myth: pregnancy and childbirth are a serious burden on the body, which increases the risk of a number of diseases, for example, varicose veins, problems with teeth and vision, and others.
But there are negative aspects. and the woman has no history of childbirth. In particular, nulliparous women are more at risk of developing cervical cancer. According to Cancer Research UK, women who have never given birth have an approximately 30% higher risk of developing the disease. The relative risk of endometrial cancer also increases (by about 40%). Doctors do not yet thoroughly understand the mechanism of this influence, but the trend is obvious to them. Also, the absence of childbirth is a risk factor for developing breast cancer.
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There will be more health! He will keep the nerve cells for himself, without worrying about the life of another person. There will be no complications due to pregnancy and childbirth (perhaps after all, caesarean and gallstones during pregnancy, problems with the back, figure, stretch marks, etc.). There are a lot of options! In general, everything depends on genetics.
A question that does not have a correct answer.
Yes, the risks of certain diseases (for example, breast cancer, cervical cancer) increase. But this does not mean that someone will necessarily get sick. If a female relative had breast cancer, then there may be a risk of bad heredity in relation to this disease. We add refusal from childbirth and breastfeeding, we get a high probability of illness. And if there is no predisposition to this disease, then multiplying zero or a low probability by 5-7 times (as some doctors say), we still get zero or a low probability of the disease.
In addition, the very idea of giving birth to avoid health problems, or not giving birth soothing yourself that there will be no problems, this is something dubious, in my opinion, but this is not the subject of the question.
Well, what will happen ... for example, if a woman is not going to give birth, standing in the cold wind in winter without a hat, she can get hypothermic and get sick. If she is not going to give birth to children, walking around the city and not looking around, she may fall and break her leg, or even worse - get hit by a car. If a woman is not going to give birth, while not forgetting to drink and smoke, there may be cirrhosis of the liver and lung cancer ...
In general, the life of a woman who is not going to give birth is full of dangers ... take care of your health !
In one book on clinical oncology, I read that (attention, funny!) if you do not give birth and do not live sexually, then this is a risk factor for developing cancer of the uterine body. However, multiple childbirth and sexual activity - increases the risks for breast cancer, cervical cancer. When I read it, it turned out to be a whole brick factory. After all, how so ?!
Faina Ranevskaya, Natalya Gundareva, Liya Akhedzhakova, Lyubov Orlova, Elina Bystritskaya, Tatiana Doronina, Rina Zelyonaya. What unites these women? Yes, you are perspicacious, that's the same.
... which does not prevent or prevent them from being beautiful, smart, having affairs with men and living or living with dignity.
And if we talk about health, I think they all had or have their own standard "sores".
What kind of stupid guys. They do not understand anything about this !!!! A WOMAN SHOULD GIVE BIRTH, God created a woman in order to raise a baby! And if it's hard to live, then you can drink and smoke. IF YOU DON'T HAVE A CHILD, YOU ARE A USELESS CREATURE, the aliens will take you to Nibiru.
The state of health is not so strongly dependent on any specific conditions. After all, we see a lot of athletic, successful, "correct", but suffering from all sorts of pathologies.
Pregnancy and childbirth are often the cause or catalyst of disease. As well as their absence, however)
The absence of pregnancy, childbirth and lactation is a risk factor for the development of oncopathology in hormone-dependent organs such as the mammary gland, ovaries, uterus (endometrium).
Ie. nulliparous women have a higher risk of developing these diseases.
And if you add endocrine metabolic diseases to this bouquet: obesity, impaired glucose tolerance, diabetes mellitus, arterial hypertension, then the risk increases even more.
Unless something can happen to a woman's mental health. But only if you listen to those who believe that a woman must necessarily give birth.