The baby is eight or nine days old. The doctor sent a text message saying that G6PD is positive. What should I do? Is it serious? Check online. This is a genetic disease, but our parents and family don't have this disease. I want to know how this disease is caused or what I shouldn't eat during pregnancy
Broad bean disease is a genetic disease caused by G6PD enzyme deficiency. There must be this genetic factor in your family, but you don't know it. You can go to the hospital for examination by the staff of both sides of the family to determine which side it is, and the disease can't be cured, mainly because you can't eat broad beans in the later stage and some drugs that are easy to cause hemolytic symptoms
Baby broad bean disease is a disease caused by genetic defects. It is not caused by heredity. It has little to do with your diet during pregnancy. It is caused by abnormal gene development, and there is no good treatment. You can only pay more attention to your diet.
Baby broad bean disease is generally caused by the mutation of erythrocyte glucose 6 phosphate dehydrogenase gene. This disease is a hereditary hemolytic disease. The fundamental cause is a gene mutation of G6PD. If your baby has broad bean disease, medication contraindications include antimalarial drugs, antipyretic analgesics, furazolidone in antibiotics and chloramphenicol.