During the pregnancy, you will find a variety of problems with the body, ranging from cramps, leg swelling, to constipation. Any complaints are still common and what symptoms to look out for and consulted a doctor? Hopefully the following explanation may help prospective mothers:1. Constipation. The hormone progesterone causes the intestinal muscles become weak and dry out so the rest of the food becomes difficult to remove. To prevent constipation, multiply drinking water and eating fibrous foods. If constipation is very troubling, consult a gynecologist.
2. Cramps. May be caused by a lack of calcium in the blood. To avoid this, the consumption of many foods that contain calcium, such as milk, or broccoli. When cramps occur, massage the cramps for a few minutes.
3. Itching. Itching can be caused by an increase in blood supply to the skin. But if the itching is very disturbing and evenly distributed throughout the body, it can be caused by abnormalities of liver function. When the dark-colored urine, immediately consult a doctor for a blood test
4. Urinary tract infections. If you feel pain when urinating, you may have a urinary tract infection. See a doctor immediately to clear the infection. To prevent this, you should drink plenty of water
5. Nosebleeds. In severe cases, bleeding can happen up to once a day. Talk to your doctor and make sure it does not harm the baby. If you have nosebleeds, press the soft part of your nose gently to stop the bleeding
6. Swelling. Avoid standing for long periods and reduce salt intake. If excessive swelling occurs, consult a doctor to ensure that you are not affected by pre-eclampsia
7. Shortness of breath. Reduce activity, often resting in the afternoon, and went to bed early. When shortness of breath accompanied by swelling and pain in the chest, immediately consult a doctor.
8. Bleeding gums. Gums tend to thicken and soften as a result of the pregnancy hormone. To prevent gum inflammation, note continued health of your mouth. Consumption of Vitamin C and avoid sugary foods and high acid yield.
In addition to these complaints there are some other things that often happen to you that are pregnant. Do not hesitate to ask the gynecologist if there is something that bothers you. Just be patient in the face of ‘trials’ physical, and imagine the fun times when the baby is born healthy, so that the mind will always happy and positive.