MADRID, 30 (EUROPA PRESS)
The scientists at the Biomedical Center of the Luxembourg System have demonstrated that specific endemic bacteria bacteria pass through the water and stimulate their immune responses. However, this phenomenon is not followed by the birth of cesarean children.
"This means why, epidemiologically, Caesarean born children are suffering from chronic diseases related to the immune system when babies are born," said Paul Wilmes. & # 39;
Humans germs are free. However, birth is usually alive when bacteria begin to colonize the body, including intestines, skin and lungs. Researchers believe that early colonization restores health. However, as a result of the study, the cesarean section can prevent certain bacteria, usually interacting with the baby's immune system, the mother and the newborn transmission.
Wilmes, along with Swedish colleagues and other Luxembourg researchers, found a new study on newborns, the first evidence of this incident, half since cesarean birth. "We find a specific bacterium that is born in newborn infants that stimulate the immunological health system." On the other hand, Caesarean section children are much less immune stimulation; In fact, bacterial deactives are much lower levels or other bacterial substances. the immunity against the beginning has increased, "the researcher's data.
This link to the bacterial colonization immune system, along with other factors, could be why statistically more babies in Caesarean tend to develop more allergies, chronic illnesses and metabolic diseases. "The immune system of these children has changed from the beginning," said Paul Wilmes.
Now, when researchers are investigating this link and the tension of the pregnant bacteria is missing, instead of the children born in the cesarean section, for example, they want to administer probiotics. "It is already clear that childbirth should not be very important, only babysitters should be when the carcasses are medically necessary." Of course, apparently, we are apparently involved in natural interactions between humans. bacteria, "he concludes.