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Physical and emotional changes in pregnancy

During this time of pregnancy, the muscles of the pelvic floor become a little loose, so the control of urinary retention is reduced. When sneezing,

Physical and emotional changes in pregnancy

At three months of gestation, the abdomen is seen to grow slightly as your uterus grows to the size of a grapefruit. The uterus swells slightly upwards in the lower abdomen and covers the pelvic region.

1. Elasticity of the breast

Your breasts will become softer as your body prepares to breastfeed your baby from this point on. The size of the breasts increases, and the areola region becomes larger and darker.

Physical and emotional changes in pregnancy
Physical and emotional changes in pregnancy

2. Visible stretch marks or stretch marks you can notice these stretch marks between your breasts and abdomen as the bananas on the lower layer of your skin rupture slightly, causing them to appear on the original skin.

3. A black line running down the center of the abdomen

As the placenta produces melanocyte-stimulating hormone, the stalks become darker and a thick black line is seen from the middle of the lower abdomen to the pubic bone.

4. Mood swings and fatigue:

It is very common to have mood swings and fatigue during this trimester. Your body continues to grow and your awareness of this large volume continues to grow.

5. Sleep issues

You will notice that your sleep patterns have varied and you have woken up in the middle of the night on your own. This is due to changes in your hormones.

6, a lack of libido.

Most women experience a lot of arousal and romance in the first trimester. However, their libido decreases, or they lose interest in intercourse towards the end. This is due to hormonal changes or changes in the body.

Physical and emotional changes in pregnancy
Physical and emotional changes in pregnancy

       During this time of pregnancy, the muscles of the pelvic floor become a little loose, so the control of urinary retention is reduced. When sneezing, coughing, or walking fast, if you feel wet with one or two drops of cloth, many people think that the water has broken. which can often cause anxiety. Again, many people break the water and ignore the urine, which may be the cause of a serious infection of the unborn child.

What is broken water?

It is normal to see the breakwater at any time during pregnancy.

Panibhanga, or how to understand urine?

What to do when the water breaks?

What are the dangerous symptoms at this time?

Does natural water break in all cases?

      Throughout pregnancy, the unborn child floats in a bag of water, which ensures its essential nutrition and protection. This water is called amniotic fluid in medical parlance. When the baby is delivered, the fluid usually comes out by tearing the bag. This is called a pregnancy breakage or water break.

       At 36 weeks, the fetus matures enough to survive in the outside world, which means that any time you break your water at any time from this time to 40 weeks (due date), it is considered normal. But in some special cases, it can break even before 36 weeks. This condition is called pre-term pre-labor rupture of the membrane in medical parlance. In addition to the health risks of the unborn child, the mother's womb is likely to go down.

If at 34 weeks there are signs of water breakage and there is a risk of infection, the doctor may decide to deliver your baby immediately.

Again, if it is 24 to 34 weeks, the doctor will help you reduce the risk of infection with antibiotics and steroids and speed up the baby's lung maturity.

In most cases, there is a risk of preterm birth if the water breaks prematurely.

Physical and emotional changes in pregnancy
Physical and emotional changes in pregnancy

         It is very difficult to say exactly how much water can come out when breaking water. The experience of one person may not match that of another. For the sake of comprehension, in some cases, a mug of fluid may come out at once, which may get wet on the floor and fall on the floor. In some cases, there is also the experience of wearing drops.

That means you can separate these two by the smell.

      When you are sure that your water is broken, first try to stay calm. If you haven't felt any pain yet, in the next 12 to 24 hours you may feel the first pain or contraction. So first, inform your doctor. He will make the decision according to your condition. In the meantime, keep the necessary things ready to go in the hospital bag. You can take a bath in mildly hot water for a long time. This will help you be stress-free. If the pain does not appear after observing a certain time after arriving at the hospital, your doctor may decide to induce labor induction or pain to prevent unwanted infection.

If you see any of the following danger signs, tell the doctor immediately.