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Your husband may shock a bit when you start to snore when sleeping (because the hormone during pregnancy makes the nasal membrane).

Different experiences during pregnancy are:

1.    You should get rid of the bras that are too tight as they affect the circulation of the ducts.

2.    You normally feel hotter. The hormones when you’re pregnant push the metabolism speed, making you feel stuffy, sweaty than you used to be. You should wear loose and lightweight clothes and drink enough water.

3.    Your pregnant belly tends to be itchy. That’s because the skin is stretched. Some women feel itchy in their arms and legs. If you feel itchy all over your body, talk to the doctor as it may be liver diseases.

4.    You should sign up for a prenatal class as soon as possible when you know that you’re pregnant.

Description: You should sign up for a prenatal class as soon as possible when you know that you’re pregnant.

You should sign up for a prenatal class as soon as possible when you know that you’re pregnant.

5.    Don’t miss any periodic pregnancy checkup. Even when you feel tired or still strong, you shouldn’t skip this.

6.    Carry some bananas and cakes with you to the bedroom. The morning sickness will be much worse when your stomach is empty, so you should have a snack after going to the toilet at night.

7.    Plan your holidays carefully. Most airline agencies don’t allow pregnant women to fly after the 36th week of pregnancy, so you shouldn’t travel by plane if you don’t have the allowance from the doctor.

8.    Your baby doesn’t know when his parents have sex!

9.    Apply the essential oil of the almond (almond oil) on the perineum every night after 32nd week. Researches show that this will limit perineal tears during labor.

10.  Getting pregnant doesn’t mean that you have to stop exercising. Exercise specialists for pregnant women said that, those who stopped exercising in the 3rd trimester even gain weight faster than those who never did exercise.

11.  Don’t worry, keep yourself optimistic. American researchers realize that mothers who look and feel optimistically have sounder sleep, moderate body, easy labor and healthier newborn babies.

Description: Don’t worry, keep yourself optimistic

Don’t worry, keep yourself optimistic

12.  Care about your shoe size. From 28th week to 30th week, the amount of liquid in your body increases significantly. As a result, your feet are swollen to the extent that you can’t fit on your tight shoes. Buy yourself a new pair of shoes and take the shoes off when you have to sit or lie down.

13.  Giving birth to a baby boy or girl also makes lots of pregnant women curious. American researches show that women having high energy, taking over traditional jobs for men (such as pilot) tend to give birth to boys as they have high level of testosterone.

14.  Don’t use tea while eating. During pregnancy, the body absorbs lots of iron from the foods but caffeine in teat will prevent this process. If you want to drink tea, it’s best for you to drink it 2 hours after the meal.

15.  You may have unusual smell. All the substances in your body change when you’re about to become a mother; for example: vaginal discharge will have new smell, the areola gets dark, hair on your body grows more…

16.  Don’t worry too much if you realize some unusual things happening at the vagina. The cells around the cervix are softer due to pregnancy, in combination with the changes of hormones, which can make the vaginal discharge look like milk. Unless the discharge is thick and green, you should worry as you may have infection.

Description: Don’t worry too much if you realize some unusual things happening at the vagina.

Don’t worry too much if you realize some unusual things happening at the vagina.

17.  Don’t buy a new pair of glasses as you’re wasting your money. The increase of liquid in your eyes (resulting from the hormones during pregnancy) can weaken your vision. If you want to change your glasses, consult doctor first.

18.  The best sound for the baby since he’s in the mother’s belly is the voice of everybody. Told him a story or sing to him. Researches show that the baby reacts and relax to the songs, the stories they’ve heard for times when he’s in the mom’s belly.

19.  Don’t forget to have a sun bathe in the early morning or late afternoon. Starting from the 34th week, your baby can absorb the sunlight when the sun exposes directly to the belly.

20.  You’re getting more absent-minded. Fortunately, amnesia during pregnancy is temporary.

 

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