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Can mother's exposure to bacterial infections, UTI's, and vitamin deficiencies affect neonate's bone strength and general health ?

Can exposure from mother s Bacteria infections, UTI s, and vitamin deficiencies effect neonates bone strength and health in general? Can klebsiella oxytoca expose to a neonate cause their bones to be weak? I have a long history of bacteria infections, as well as autoimmune diseases, and also have a long history of vitamin d deficiency , calcium deficiency , and was finally diagnosed with scoliosis of my back after nearly 15+ years of back and bone pain. Each if my children were exposed during pregnancy to my acute bacteria infections and UTI s , and I also have a history of white blood count too numerous to count, as well as Ecoli bacteria infections. I want to know if all this coupd affect my children s bone strength, and overall health in general. I am 29 yrs. old, 5 2 , usually between 117-125 lbs., African American, born anemic with weak neck muscles, and am from the Northwest region of USA. All of ky babies were 1-3 weeks early, largest baby was 6lb.5 oz. Smallest baby was 4lb.15.5 oz. Thank you.
Asked On : Mon, 13 Jun 2011
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General Surgeon 's  Response
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it's my statement
if your babies had any ,you would have mentioned
i think your babies are healthy

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General Surgeon Dr. Swapnendu Sekhar Ghosh's  Response
some times vit deficiencies in early pregnancy may give rise to congenital anomalies in neonates
but your babies are not having any of them
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Pediatrician, Neonatology Dr. Kathirvel Rajan's  Response
Particular vitamin deficiencies in mothers milk due malnutrition of the mother may cause weakness of babies(Vit K, C, B12, folic acid)
As for as infections are concerned mothers with active bacterial, viral infections can spread germs through coughing, saliva, stools, u ve to improve ur personal hygiene and keep urself clean before touching babies.
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