The changes during pregnancy

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During pregnancy, your body will undergo significant changes than usual, so this article will bring some knowledge about what you should expect and will go through when pregnant.

It is important to remember that every woman has different reactions when their own pregnancy. If this is your first pregnancy, you may be careful with any changes. Some changes during pregnancy are easy to recognize, as the increased body size, while there are some other changes need to feel more subtle and even you do not even recognize them.

When should you worry?

The boundary between knowing that something is normal and when to worry can be very faint. Some changes are obvious, such as bleeding, abdominal pain or slowed movement baby. But other changes, such as hypertension and protein in the urine will be more difficult for you to discover. This is one reason why regular checkups are important.

Remember that finding the care and medical monitoring during pregnancy is an important way to reduce stress and help you maximum enjoyment of your pregnancy. Partly role of the doctor is to guide and support to create a list of what you need to know to take care of your health as well as the fetus.

Physical changes

Most of the initial change in your pregnancy will involve the zygote finds its way from the oviduct and then nest in the uterine wall. Zygote maintains and maximizes its chances of survival become the No. 1 priority of your body.

How about you?

In the early weeks of pregnancy, your body will change to automatically seek to nurture a fertilized egg, and support for the eggs until fully developed. All of this is a natural process. During pregnancy, the comfort, the movement, digestion, and your metabolism will be changed to maximize the chance of survival of the embryo in the womb.

Do not forget folic acid supplements

In the first week, try to minimize any exposure to certain toxins capable of causing developmental problems. 500mg folic acid supplement every day will help your baby to minimize the risk of neural tube defects. For more specific information, see Things to avoid during pregnancy.

These physical changes early

Lose of menstruation. If you have a menstrual cycle of 28 days, you are likely to ovulate around day 14 after the first day of the last cycle. Conception usually occurs a few days after ovulation.

  • A minor bleeding in about 5-10 days after conception. This is known as the bloody alarm occurs when the zygote and implantation into the uterine lining. Only 50% of women reported bleeding, so no need to worry if you do not see that phenomenon.
  • Feel or taste in the mouth tastes like metal.
  • Many women described a different feeling, quite oddly or simply knowing that you are pregnant.
  • Increased frequency urinates. Do not try to fast when you need to go to the toilet.
  • Feeling exhausted and extremely tired.
  • Nausea and appetite changes. More sensitive to smell and cannot tolerate the smell of some kind. Red meat, raw chicken, fish, and eggs can make you found it hard to eat in the early months of pregnancy.
  • Pimples and veins on the face and chest.

The changes during pregnancy for physical

The abdominal size from about the 12th week of pregnancy will be increased. That is because the uterus has expanded your start rising out of the pelvis and movement.

Increasing the size breasts, the areola and the appearance of blisters are small. Go to the 3rd month of pregnancy, colostrum will appear and often leak out. These changes are by your breasts preparing for lactation.

Weight Gain: Weight gain is a normal and healthy pregnancy is within 10-14 kilograms. Your weight is often slightly increased in the first three months, a little more in the next 3 months and the biggest increase in the last 3 months.

Can see and feel the movement of the baby. Most mothers can feel her baby moving (usually bicycle) at around the 16th week of pregnancy. This takes place earlier for mothers had been pregnant and recognize the signs of this.

The breathing will be difficult because your uterus expands to the occupancy of the lungs and diaphragm. From about 36 weeks, there will be a “lightening” when the baby falls into your pelvis to prepare for birth. This often happens with first-time mothers giving birth than those who have had a baby before.

Varicose veins, hemorrhoids, stretch, indigestion, heartburn, bloating, constipation, swelling in the legs. When listing all, it can make you wonder if there is anything that women will give birth without passing it. Although it sounds trite, but it will not matter what time you hug her child in hand.

The amount of blood that your heart pumps per minute will rise by about 40 percent. Your blood volume will rise from 5 liters to 7-8 liters in the moment with her. This means your heart and the entire circulatory system will have energy and function to meet all the additional demand when you are pregnant. So do not wonder if sometimes you feel tired.

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