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Common complaints during pregnancy

  1. A pregnancy can often cause many complaints. Your body will change a lot and you will soon notice it through all kinds of ailments such as nausea, back pain, fatigue, etc. So don't panic if you feel bad for a day. Every pregnant woman has to deal with this.

Morning sickness

  1. The term morning sickness is actually misleading since you can start experiencing nausea and vomiting at any time of the day. Especially women who are in their early pregnancy will suffer more from this. The cause is usually due to the body making more hormones that you are not used to in the beginning. So don't worry about this because this is completely normal and will not hurt you and your baby. Go to the doctor or gynecologist if you cannot keep food or drink down and the feeling of nausea is accompanied by dizziness.

Insomnia

  1. Many women sleep very badly during their pregnancy. The last few months in particular can become difficult to get to sleep. This is usually due to the physical discomfort that can occur. The larger your uterus gets, the more complaints will occur such as bad breathing, back pain, nausea, etc.

Back pain

  1. Because of your expanding stomach and the slackening of your ligaments, your body becomes unbalanced. This can often cause back pain. Emotional stress can also lead to muscle tension in the back. The pain comes and goes but will usually go away on its own. Only a small proportion of pregnant women will be affected by pain and suffering. In case of persistent severe pain, it is advisable to have this examined by a doctor or gynecologist.

Tire pain

  1. Tire pain can be felt on the side of your lower abdomen or in the groin area. The bands consist of fibrous connective tissue on both sides of the uterus. This pain usually occurs in the third trimester of pregnancy (between 17 and 23 weeks). It usually feels more intense when you have to sneeze, cough, laugh, turn over in bed, get up too quickly. Usually this pain will have disappeared or decreased after week 24.

Varicose veins

  1. The extra amount of blood you produce during pregnancy is essential to both support and grow the baby. As a result, it can sometimes happen faster that veins get blocked and thus varicose veins develop. They usually don't hurt but can cause discomfort. Varicose veins usually decrease after childbirth, but they usually do not disappear completely.

  2. The extra amount of blood you produce during pregnancy is essential to both support and grow the baby. As a result, it can sometimes happen faster that veins get clogged and thus varicose veins develop. They usually don't hurt but can cause discomfort. Varicose veins usually decrease after delivery, but they usually don't go away completely.



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