Recognize Early Signs of Pregnancy

Health Life Edu - Recognize the early signs of pregnancy, in order to help Mom understand more and be prepared better to welcome the baby.

Am I Pregnant?
Early signs of pregnancy often deceive because of similar signs of menstruation, such as breast feels swollen, arise spots, and feeling cramps in the abdomen. If you do not know it right away, you may not change your daily habits that can endanger pregnancy.

1. Late Menstruation

Late menstruation is the most obvious and common early sign of pregnancy. If your regular mothers get regular menstruation, more than a week delay should be observed, try to do a pregnancy test. This pregnancy test test can be done with tools that are sold freely in pharmacies or supermarkets.

However, for Mothers who are often irregular menstruation, this delay may be due to stress, irregular eating patterns or too tired. But there is no harm too to routinely perform pregnancy tests if my mother is late menstruation, to prevent things that are not desirable. 

2. Morning Sickness

Morning sickness is an uncomfortable feeling in the morning, this symptom experienced by most pregnant women. The cause is a hormonal change in the blood that causes pain in the stomach lining and cause nausea.

This nausea usually occurs in the first trimester of pregnancy and will disappear as the pregnancy age increases. Although this is called morning sickness, in fact nausea and vomiting can occur during the day and night. 

3. Frequent Urination

When pregnant, there is a hormonal change in the blood that causes blood circulation in the body increases. This causes the kidneys to work harder to produce more urine.

The greater the pregnancy, the greater the size of the fetus, thus suppressing the organs inside your body, including the bladder. As a result the capacity of the bladder becomes narrower so that full faster and make Mother more often want to urinate. However, frequent urination is not harmful, so you do not have to worry. Do not reduce water consumption to avoid dehydration.

4. Easy to Tired

Easily feel tired during pregnancy is caused by increased levels of the hormone progesterone in the body. The hormone progesterone is a natural depressant for the central nervous system that makes it easy for Mother to feel sleepy. Also in this first trimester the body will work much harder to pump up hormones and produce more blood for fetal nutrition to be met.

Worries also take a role in absorbing your mother's energy during pregnancy. Expand rest time and food consumption
nutritious. Adding knowledge about pregnancy can help alleviate concerns, you can ask Careline Nutriclub's team for more information about pregnancy.

5. Strange Flavors in the Mouth

Hormonal changes during pregnancy also affect the sense of taste and smell. Sometimes there is a strange taste like the taste of metal in the mouth. This change makes Mother does not like certain foods.

Adjust this appetite change by eating smaller, more frequent meals. It is important that the mother and fetus in the womb still get the nutrients
enough to grow healthy.

6. Changes in Breasts

The most noticeable change during pregnancy is a physical change. One of the most common early signs of pregnancy is a change in your breast. In addition to the size of the larger, breasts
feels heavier, aches or pains when held.

In addition, the areola or brown area around the nipple of the breast, will be more blackened and widened. This change is due to increased production of estrogen and progesterone hormones, as well as preparation for producing milk for later child.

7. Stomach & Young Pink Spots

Between the 3rd and 4th weeks of pregnancy, you will experience the spots caused by the implantation of the fertilized egg in the uterus (implantation). The blood is released when the fertilized egg attaches itself to the uterine wall. This spots are also accompanied by abdominal cramps so sometimes misunderstood as menstruation.

How to distinguish it from blood mesntruasi? The spots that occur in early pregnancy are younger and less colorful than menstrual blood, otherwise it is observed earlier than your mother's menstrual schedule.

If you have experienced and recognized the early signs of pregnancy as above but are not sure yet, the next step before checking in and ensuring pregnancy at your obstetrician is to have a home pregnancy test from the first day your mother is late for menstruation.

This tool is usually used with the first urine drip that comes out after waking up in the morning. During pregnancy, an increase in the hormone HCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotrophin). In addition to the blood, this hormone increase also occurs in the urinary tract. Therefore a pregnancy test using the tool is done through the urine media, this is done to measure the occurrence of elevated levels of HCG hormone. This pregnancy test kit can be purchased freely in pharmacies or supermarkets.

Optimal nutrition is very important for pregnant women, immediately provide the best nutrition for the fetus after Mother detects pregnancy.

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