Eye Condition Did Not Seem To Cause Long Term Troubles For Kids

Eye Condition Did Not Seem To Cause Long Term Troubles For Kids


Some infections that a woman may develop during
pregnancy can be passed along to her baby, but this doesn’t necessarily mean long-term
problems for her child. I’m Erin White for the dailyRx News Network. A recent study
found that children born with a condition called toxoplasmosis had relatively good outcomes
later on. Toxoplasmosis is a disease caused by a parasite, which lives in the feces of
cats. If the disease is transferred to developing babies, the babies may develop lesions on
their eyes. However, according to this study, few children experience any long-term vision
loss. Speak to a doctor about safety while pregnant. Visit dailyRx.com for all the latest
health news. For the dailyRx News Network, I’m Erin White

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