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Symptoms of pregnancy
Signs and early signs of pregnancy
Not all women experience and experience the same symptoms when they become pregnant. Each may experience different symptoms.
Usually a woman may experience different symptoms in the first pregnancy and other pregnancies that follow this first one.
Some of the early symptoms such as not seeing your period and gaining weight are symptoms that occur in almost all women and in early and even subsequent pregnancies.
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Symptoms of Pregnancy Pregnancy
Symptoms and other early signs of pregnancy include:
* Emotional changes
* Frequent urination
* Headache
* Low back pain
* Breast tenderness
* Black nipples
* Fatigue
* Morning fever
Pregnancy two months
After two months a woman may show the following symptoms of being pregnant;
* Swollen feet
* Back pain
* Heartburn
* Frequent urination * Shortness of
breath
Symptoms of early pregnancy appear after which?
Some women may experience signs and symptoms of pregnancy within the first few weeks of pregnancy while others may experience these symptoms later on after they have become pregnant.
Early pregnancy symptoms may look similar to the symptoms of the first menstrual period and so a woman may not be able to tell if the symptoms she is experiencing are pregnancy or want to get her period.
Are the symptoms of pregnancy the same for all women?
Symptoms of pregnancy can vary between women.
These symptoms of pregnancy among women can vary in quality and quantity and even one woman can show different symptoms for each pregnancy she gets.
Early symptoms of pregnancy may also appear or appear at different times during pregnancy.
A test known as HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) is performed to detect the presence of pregnancy using urine or blood. HCG is a hormone produced by a fertilized egg formed in the walls of the uterus.
Modern diagnostic tests can show a woman that she is pregnant even before the woman sees her period.
A blood test can detect the use of blood earlier than a urine test.
Through this article I will explain in detail the most common early pregnancy symptoms and those that manifest themselves in the early stages of pregnancy.
Contraception
planning Pregnancy planning involves a discussion between the husband of a woman who wants to get pregnant and a team of his wife's health professionals and involves discussions about food and nutrition, exercise, psychological preparation and conditions on foods and beverages to avoid in the mother's presence. pregnant.
Some women due to an unexplained menstrual cycle may become pregnant and not immediately recognized as pregnant until certain specific symptoms of pregnancy begin to appear.
This can cause the mother to use things that she should not have used during pregnancy because she did not know or show any symptoms before she became pregnant.
Women who choose to take the time to plan or prepare specifically for pregnancy are more likely to avoid using food or drink or to live a life-threatening lifestyle that can be dangerous for pregnancy.
16 Signs of a Pregnancy Pregnancy
These are 16 symptoms a woman may experience at the beginning of a pregnancy:
1. Lack of menstruation: Lack of menstruation is the first sign that a woman may feel pregnant. And usually throughout pregnancy a woman cannot see her days.
Sometimes the symptoms of a miscarriage may be similar to those of a menstrual cycle. Also women with unexplained menstrual cycles may not be immediately diagnosed whether they are pregnant or not.
It is not uncommon for symptoms of pregnancy to occur before a woman feels she has missed her period but if a woman has an unexplained cycle then this can happen.
2. Pain in the uterus: Severe pain or discomfort may occur when a fertilized egg builds up in the walls of the uterus during the first 6 to 12 days of conception.
3. Vaginal discharge: Some women may notice a small amount of heavy dirt like milk coming out of the early days of pregnancy. This occurs during the first weeks of pregnancy when the walls of the vagina increase in size and thickness.
This infection can continue to occur throughout pregnancy. If this stench smells bad or is accompanied by pain it could be a bacterial infection and it is important to see a doctor immediately for further examination and help.
4. Milk changes: Many women experience changes in their milk at the very beginning of the first weeks of pregnancy. These changes include sour milk, becoming soft, thick, saturated, and feelings of irritability or excitement. These changes usually disappear gradually over several weeks later.
5. Nipples to be black: The nipples that are the front part of a woman's lake can change color and become darker.
6. Fatigue: Although this symptom may not be a direct pregnancy however many women report feeling tired within the first weeks of pregnancy.
7. Morning fever, nausea and vomiting: However, these morning fevers do not necessarily occur in the morning, they can occur at any time of the day whether it is day or night.
Some women do not experience these fevers or discomfort of this type throughout their pregnancy while others become a major problem throughout pregnancy. This discomfort usually occurs in the second to eighth week after conception and this disorder can disappear on its own from the 13th to the 18th week.
8. Irritation of certain odors: Some odors can easily irritate the pregnant woman and even lead to discomfort and even vomiting at the beginning of her pregnancy.
9. Frequent urination: From the 6th to the 8th week some women may experience frequent urination due to changes in their hormones during pregnancy.
If other symptoms appear such as pain during urination you should see a doctor immediately to see if you have a urinary tract infection (UTI) or not.
10. Dizziness or weakness: This may be the result of hormonal changes that also lower blood sugar levels, or as a result of high blood pressure.
11. Closing the bowel: Hormonal imbalances can lead to some women having a problem with missing or fasting or having a hard bowel movement that can cause hemorrhoids in the first few weeks of pregnancy.
12. Headaches: Headaches or headaches can be symptoms of pregnancy in the first few weeks and these pains can be caused by hormonal changes in the body and can sometimes occur as a result of closing the toilet or having a hard bowel movement and there some women may experience this pain throughout their pregnancy.
13. Loving certain foods: A woman may develop a craving for certain foods that she did not like before pregnancy. This condition can persist throughout pregnancy.
Sometimes he may like foods that are not even understood such as eating clay or lemon regularly.
14. Back pain: This usually happens in the weeks ahead since you became pregnant.
Back pain in the lower back can occur at the very beginning of pregnancy. This pain can go away during pregnancy.
15. Emotional changes: A woman's mood swings are one of the symptoms of pregnancy in the first few weeks and are often the result of changes in her hormones.
These changes can also be caused by stress or other factors.
16. Shortness of breath: After conception, the mother's oxygen supply increases to support the health of the new organism in the womb.
This can cause some women to experience shortness of breath such as asthma.
Symptoms of a two-month pregnancy
Many early symptoms of pregnancy can persist for 6 months or the last 3 months. Those symptoms include the following;
* Emotional changes
* Headaches
* Frequent urination
* Back pain
* Loss of certain foods
* Fatigue
Some symptoms such as milk being soft and feeling bad disappear on their own as the pregnancy progresses.
At the same time the symptoms of a two-month pregnancy are related to an increase in the size of the uterus and an increase in body weight between three to six months of pregnancy and sometimes until the time of delivery.
Not all women experience these symptoms as they are of the same weight.
7 Symptoms of Two Months Pregnancy
Weight gain: Most women can gain 11 to 15 kilograms during pregnancy. Weight gain is the result of the baby's growth in the womb, umbilical cord, increased milk supply and increased blood and fluid volume. Your closest doctor or nurse will be recording and monitoring your weight regularly.
Breastfeeding changes: A woman's milk will increase gradually throughout pregnancy until she gives birth. Sometimes the milk can come out just before you start breastfeeding.
Heartburn: Pressure from the increased uterus causes the intestine to move slightly higher than its normal location and this is what causes heartburn. Hormonal changes can also cause this.
Legs swollen: Pressure from the uterus can increase the amount of blood flowing to the feet and lead to fluid accumulating in the legs and forming swelling.
Venous Inflammation: Increased blood volume can lead to venous inflammation and hemorrhoids.
Frequent urination: Uterine hypertension adds another pressure to the bladder and causes frequent urination. Sometimes a woman may see urine coming out while laughing, coughing or even sneezing.
Shortness of breath: Increasing the size of the uterus pushes the diaphragm upwards towards the chest, resulting in shortness of breath different from what it was before pregnancy.
Things to do to reduce the negative symptoms of pregnancy
There are some natural remedies, nutritional supplements and specialized personal care that can help reduce or eliminate these pregnancy injuries.
Many medicines, even antibiotics, can be used by a pregnant woman but the pregnant woman should not use any natural or hospital medication without the permission or close supervision of a physician.
You can do the following to reduce the injury;
* Proper diet and physical exercise. Proper diet and exercise can help control weight. Do not do all kinds of exercises that you are aware of, contact your nearest Physician for more advice on which exercises will be most suitable for you.
* Do not sit in a chair or down for hours, it is better to walk or sleep than to sit in a chair all the time.
* Wear casual shoes and not too high heels or too tight
* Do not sleep on a lightweight mattress mat
* Wear a wide-brimmed brasket
* Eat more fiber foods to avoid having a hard bowel movement and hemorrhoids. This means 80 percent of the diet should be fruits and leafy vegetables.
* Eat more small meals to reduce nausea and heartburn.
* Avoid fatty foods. Drink plenty of water and fruit juices at home.
Pregnancy Symptoms and Symptoms of Your Days
Many early pregnancy symptoms are very similar to the early signs of wanting to get your days off.
Until you find out your days have started or the pregnancy test shows you are pregnant there is no way to conclude if the symptoms you are seeing are pregnancy or are getting your days off.
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