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Overcome Uncomfortable Feeling At The End Of Pregnancy

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The last three months of pregnancy is the most uncomfortable stage for pregnant women. How to overcome it?

Fatigue

Fatigue can appear much in the late afternoon, especially when you are working. Yoga for pregnant women helps you to relieve the fatigue, strengthen the ligament around pelvis. It makes the labor easier.

Try to take a nap in the late afternoon if you can. If you are working, take a break and eat fresh fruit like grapes. It’s best to walk for a few minutes to have a sound mind.

Constipation

Most of pregnant women have this symptom at the end of pregnancy. To avoid constipation, drink much liquid and eat more food rich in cellulose. Sitting much also make you have constipation. So you should move around frequently.

Stretchmark

When the fetus grows up, pregnant women find that their skin is stretched and has cracks at breast, thigh and abdomen area. Do not worry too much because stretchmark is normal, it can dull gradually and disappear after giving birth. The best way to prevent stretchmark is to drink much water and moisturize your skin with a safe cream.

When the fetus grows up, pregnant women find that their skin is stretched and has cracks at breast, thigh and abdomen area.

When the fetus grows up, pregnant women find that their skin is stretched and has cracks at breast, thigh and abdomen area.

Weak immune system

You can find that you easily have a runny rose and sneeze because the immune system is weaker, so virus is easy to attack. To strengthen your immune system, you should have a healthy diet, exercise frequently and drink much orange juice.

Breast pain

To avoid pain, do not wear thick tight bras. Instead of it, choose which are comfortable and lift breast well.

Vertigo

Sometimes you may feel dizzy, especially when standing up then sitting down or lying on your back. The reason is the fetus’s weight presses on the veins which transfer blood from lower body back to heart. In the most dangerous case, you may faint away.

To avoid vertigo, you should limit to lie on your back in second and third quarter. Instead of it, lie on your left side and put a pillow at hip.

The decreasing of blood sugar also causes vertigo. You should eat snacks between meals to balance the amount of blood sugar. If you feel dizzy, you should sit down and eat a little food. Banana is great food because it supplies energy quickly and rich in potassium, reduces swell.

Sometimes you may feel dizzy, especially when standing up then sitting down.

Sometimes you may feel dizzy, especially when standing up then sitting down.

Aches and pains

Aches and pains can increase when the fetus grows up. You may have to face with severe backaches. Yoga and proper sitting posture will help you relieve the backaches.

If you have stomachache and nausea, probably you have food poisoning or enteritis. If these 2 situations are mild, there is no danger for your baby, but if they are worse, you have to go to hospital immediately.

Your legs and ankles may swell. When sitting down, turn your feet and avoid crossing your legs. You should also put your legs on a dais when sitting.

Urinary tract infection

If you feel painful when going for a pee, you may have urinary tract infection. Do not worry too much because the doctor will help you treat it.

Clumsiness

Big belly makes you easy to lose your balance leading to trip and fall. To overcome, you need to avoid slippery floor, and wear suitable shoes/sandals and be careful when cleaning.

Try to exercise and relax frequently to prevent bad symptoms during pregnancy.

Try to exercise and relax frequently to prevent bad symptoms during pregnancy.

Lower abdomen and groin pain

Short sharp pain will appear in these areas. Normally, it will be more painful when standing or moving. It can also happen when walking, coughing or changing posture (such as getting off from car).

To overcome, take a rest properly. When sitting, you should put your legs on something to avoid baby’s pressure on your hips. You can also apply hot compress on groin to relieve the pain.

Groin pain usually lasts for a few seconds. If you have constant groin pain, along with fever, nausea, sting of belly, backache, bleeding, you need to see the doctor immediately.

Trouble breathing

At the end of second and third quarter, fetus continues pressing on rib-cage and lung which makes you have trouble breathing. If it happens frequently, you should go to see the doctor soon.

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