Mothers who take antibiotics while pregnant may have babies with weaker guts and risk of irritable bowel disease, new study warns



Pregnant mothers who take antibiotics put their children at greater risk of inflammatory bowel disease, a new study warned.
The pills, taken by about 40 percent of pregnant women in the US, cause changes in the gut bacteria or microbiome of the mother which are then inherited by their unborn child, according to the New York University study.
The balance between good and bad bacteria is altered and this change triggered a IBD inflammation scores 55-fold higher than those with normal gut bacteria.
Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis are the two main forms of IBD, affecting about 1.6... read more

 
27 November 2017 in Health, Views: 47
Source: Daily Mail
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