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8 Complications That Pregnant Mothers Encounter In The Middle Three Months Of Pregnancy

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Three months in the middle of pregnancy are considered as the most comfortable time; however, pregnant mothers must still face with some complex problems.

Problems of pregnancy such as constipation, dizziness, urinary tract infection,... could happen to a pregnant mother in 3 months in the middle of pregnancy whose period is from 12th to 26th week of pregnancy period.

1.        Tiredness

Although three months in the middle of pregnancy are considered as the most pleasant time during pregnancy, they sometimes still make you tired.

 Fatigue at this stage usually occurs in every afternoon after a long working day. If pregnant mothers are in their office, they can take a break, eat a little fruit, or stand and walk a few laps. And, if they're at home, they can take an afternoon nap.

Yoga for pregnant women can help them overcome fatigue, and strengthen ligaments around the pelvis. This makes it easier in the labor start.

If you frequently feel unwell, going to see to a doctor is the best option for pregnant mothers in this case.

If you frequently feel unwell, going to see to a doctor is the best option for you.

If you frequently feel unwell, going to see to a doctor is the best option for you.

2.        Having difficulty in breathing

During 3 middle months of pregnancy, many women have trouble in breathing process. They feel naturally difficult to breathe along with some other symptoms such as heart palpitations, trembling limbs, body fatigue...

The cause of this condition is that mothers need more oxygen and rapid breathing is also one of the ways to get oxygen into the body in pregnant period.

The hormone progesterone goes up and this thing directly affects the lungs, stimulates the respiratory control center in the brain. As a result, breathing becomes more difficult, and is in a hurry. Besides, the growth of fetus causes pressure on their chest and lungs, which makes their breath more difficult.

Difficulty status of breathing and shortness of breath during pregnancy is mostly normal and not harmful. They should strengthen rest, and when they sit, they should sit straight and keep their back straight so that lungs make room for receiving oxygen easily.

Even when they stand, they should also keep their back straight. The curved back makes them be hard to breathe. When sleeping, they may chock several small pillows in the upper body to avoid pressure of the fetus on the lungs.

3.        Clumsy

During pregnancy, many pregnant mothers find that their cleverness has been lost. Their belly becomes bigger, which easily makes them lose their balance and leads to tripping, falling. Therefore, they need to avoid walking on the slippery floors, and should wear shoes or sandals reasonably.

Most fumble cases during pregnancy are normal because of physical changes of pregnant mothers. In addition, that carpal tunnel syndrome can cause pain, numb fingers also makes them become clumsier, so they should early go to see a doctor.

4.        Painful groin

Short throbbing pains will appear in this area only from 24th week and later. The pain commonly gets worse when they stand or move. It can also occur when they walk, cough, or change posters such as stepping out of a car.

There are many reasons causing this unusual pain. One of them is that ligaments and muscles of the uterus are stretched to make room for the development of the fetus. Many pregnant women feel a sharp pain, usually on one side of the groin.

Painful groin can also be a symptom of the infection of urinary tract. This must be diagnosed and treated early by doctors.

Besides painful groin can also be a sign of ectopic pregnancy; that is, fertilized ova make their nest in the fallopian tube. Especially if it accompanies with prolonged bleeding phenomenon, please often visit doctors and follow instructions from them.

5.        Aches and pains

Aches and pains may increase when the fetus grows up. You may face with severe back pains. Yoga and proper posture will help you limit back pains.

Yoga and proper posture will help you limit back pains.

Yoga and proper posture will help you limit back pains.

You may catch edema, and you will also feel uncomfortable in your legs and ankles. When you sit down, rub your feet and avoid crossed sitting. Also, you should put your feet on a platform while you are sitting.

6.        Dizziness

At that time, you will find that the most dizziness will occur when you lie on your back. This is the reason that the weight of your fetus weighs down on the veins that carry blood from the lower body back to the heart. The biggest risk of dizziness makes you swoon.

To avoid dizziness, you should limit the lying on your back in the second and third trimesters. Instead, you should lie on your left side or chock a pillow near your hip when lying on your side.

Low sugar in blood can also cause dizziness. You should keep snacks during meals to balance sugar in blood. If you feel dizzy, you need to sit down and eat a little. Bananas are the great fast food because they not only quickly provide energy for you but also are rich in potassium and help to reduce swelling.

Drink enough water because the shortage of water will make you feel dizzy.

Pregnant women should drink enough water to avoid dizziness.

Pregnant women should drink enough water to avoid dizziness.

7.        Split skin

When the fetus grows up, pregnant women find that their skin is stretched and appears stretch marks in their chest and belly. You need not worry about them because the stretch of skin is normal, and can fade and die out after a while. The best way to prevent and limit the stretch marks is to make the body have enough water and moisturize your skin with a safe kind of cream.

8.        Constipation

Pregnant mothers should use the foods that are rich of fiber to avoid constipation.

Pregnant mothers should use the foods that are rich of fiber to avoid constipation.

Many women have caught constipation for 3 months in the middle of pregnancies. Pregnant mothers should drink a lot of liquid and us the foods that are rich of fiber to avoid constipation. Sitting in a long time also makes you catch constipation, so you should move more often.

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