Nausea and vomiting during pregnancy

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Nausea and vomiting during pregnancy

Vomiting is a condition of the stomach that cannot be controlled, causing the stomach to forcibly expel its contents through the mouth and using its strong muscle contractions. Whereas nausea is a very unpleasant feeling and triggers a person to vomit but not to eject the bowels. Nausea (nausea) and vomiting (vomitus) are the activities of the body to equalize the pressure in the stomach. Nausea occurs when any substances appearing and making the stomach aroused even often ending in vomiting. Continue reading “Nausea and vomiting during pregnancy”

Pica disorder during pregnancy

 

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Pica disorder during pregnancy

Pica Disorder is a condition that is often experienced by almost all pregnant women. In periods of pregnancy, mothers will feel very eager to eat food or drink. Of course, you already know that pica disorder is a natural thing experienced by pregnant women. When pregnant, it is not uncommon for women to want to consume certain foods. Some pregnant women add to the consumption of foods such as pickles, ice cream, chocolate, meat, or others. This is a phenomenon that normally occurs and does not become a problem since the content in these foods makes pregnant women get enough nutrients needed by the body during pregnancy. Continue reading “Pica disorder during pregnancy”

Leg cramps in the during pregnancy

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Leg cramps in the during pregnancy

Generally, leg cramps can be caused by many factors, such as from injury during exercise, lack of certain nutrient intake, and exposure to cold temperatures. Cramps themselves can take several seconds to several minutes to be relieved. Striking the legs is common. Continue reading “Leg cramps in the during pregnancy”

The cause of sweating during pregnancy

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The cause of sweating during pregnancy

Sweat is the body’s attempt to cool the body temperature when it feels hot inside. Sweat is produced by sweat glands and then it releases out through the skin pores. For a pregnant woman, it will cause many hormonal changes. For example, pregnancy can make pregnant women exposed to hemorrhoids or hemorrhoids, the gums become sensitive, and even the face to breakouts. These hormonal changes usually occur and their effects can make the hypothalamus (the area of the brain that helps regulate body temperature) react. The hypothalamus will trigger the body’s sweat reflex to cool the body when the temperature is heating up. Continue reading “The cause of sweating during pregnancy”

Leucorrhoea during pregnancy

Leucorrhoea (fluor albus) is a vaginal secretion in women. Leucorrhoea can be considered as a normal case when it appears at a certain time (physiological) but it is also considered as an abnormal (pathological) vaginal discharge. Physiological leucorrhoea usually occurs every month before the menstrual period and after menstruation (during the fertile period), while pathological vaginal discharge occurs outside the menstrual period and it is caused by fungal infections, viruses, bacteria or parasites. This case is usually accompanied by itching in the vaginal area. Continue reading “Leucorrhoea during pregnancy”

The effects of fatigue during pregnancy

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The effects of fatigue during pregnancy

Fatigue is excessively exhausted, sometimes accompanied by dizziness and weakness. Fatigue is one of the early pregnancy symptoms that is felt almost all women in the first few weeks after conception and implantation. Usually, this symptom of fatigue will get its improvement when entering the second trimester, then return to attack when entering the third trimester. However, it can be different for each pregnant woman. Pregnancy can cause fatigue due to increased production of the hormone progesterone in pregnant women, excessive anxiety and worry until morning sickness with nausea and vomiting which causes a loss a lot of energy. Continue reading “The effects of fatigue during pregnancy”

How to Treat Varicose Veins for Pregnant Women

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How to Treat Varicose Veins for Pregnant Women

Varicose veins are defined as swelling and widening of the vein vessels that usually occur in the legs due to the accumulation of blood. Varicose veins usually are characterized by purple or dark blue veins and appear swollen or prominent. The buildup blood in the veins is a result of a weakening or damage venous valve. Eventually, veins function to drain blood from the entire body to the heart. Continue reading “How to Treat Varicose Veins for Pregnant Women”

How to Overcome Heartburn During Pregnancy

 

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How to Overcome Heartburn During Pregnancy

Have you ever feeling burning in your body?

Being confuse to heal?

Heartburn is a painful and hot sensation in the of the chest. This condition can worsen when lying down or looking down. Heartburn can be treated by reducing risk factors and lifestyle and drug changes gradually. Heartburn is caused by increased stomach acid (reflux) from the stomach to the esophagus. When swallowing food or drink, the muscle at the end of the esophagus will enlarge to push food into the stomach and close it. However, if the muscle is weakened or affected, stomach acid can return to the esophagus and finally cause heartburn. Continue reading “How to Overcome Heartburn During Pregnancy”