Working in the kindergarten, many children caught a cold, coughed and sneezed. It didn't take long for me to do the same. The cough was not very serious, but sneezed. It was a little yellow and clear nose. My nose was stuffy. I didn't dare to take medicine. I just rinsed my mouth and washed my nose with salt water. I didn't know whether it was a viral cold or how it was. I heard it would cause deformity. I started to catch a cold in about 11 weeks. It's been a few days, and it's much better.
If it is a common cold, it will not affect the development of the fetus. If you can not take medicine, try not to take medicine. Taking medicine has side effects. Usually, you should do a good job of self-protection, wear masks, disinfect frequently, add and reduce clothes in time, and try to stay away from allergens. For children with cold and fever, keep a distance as far as possible, or it is safer to wear masks.
When this cold symptom occurs in the early stage of pregnancy, we should first pay attention to observe whether there is a fever. If there is no fever, we can pay proper attention to maintenance, drink more warm boiled water, pay attention to rest, and observe. If there is a fever or serious symptoms, it does not rule out the impact on the fetus. It is necessary to go to the hospital for treatment. Generally, we can check and test it.
Early pregnancy is the key period of fetal organ formation and development, which is easy to be affected and lead to fetal malformation. If influenza is present in early pregnancy and the symptoms are heavier, it may affect the fetus, especially the high fever. Influenza virus can directly infect the fetus through the placenta. Cold symptoms in early pregnancy are mild, such as sneezing and runny nose, which have little impact on the fetus. You don't have to take medicine, drink more water, sleep more and rest for a few days. You don't have to worry too much