Can congenital deafness be detected?

      Viral infections during pregnancy and the teratogenic effects of drugs can cause congenital deafness and congenital blindness, such as rubella virus infection, cytomegalovirus infection and toxoplasma infection during pregnancy. Therefore, once these microbial infections in the first trimester are diagnosed, all that can be done is to terminate the pregnancy.Hearing screening is done 3 days after birth, and re-checking is done about 40 days after birth. If there is a hearing problem, parents can intervene as soon as possible.

      The occurrence of congenital deafness has a lot to do with the external environment. For people who are often in a noisy environment, the chance of suffering from this disease is relatively high. Staying in a noisy environment for a long time will make our ears feel bad. Damage to the capillaries can cause congenital deafness. Therefore, avoiding noise is the key to preventing congenital deafness.

      In order to better prevent the occurrence of congenital deafness, everyone should also ensure adequate sleep time in daily life, because lack of sleep is prone to tinnitus, and long-term tinnitus is also an important factor in inducing congenital deafness. Therefore, Ensuring adequate sleep time is also an effective measure to prevent congenital deafness.

      In order to better prevent this disease, you must follow the methods given by experts in your daily life. Only in this way can the incidence of congenital deafness be minimized.

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