easy tips to know pregnancy

hi prospective mothers of healthy ….^^
for women who do not know how to identify traits or characteristics that are pregnant …
around the tips below to find out characteristic features of pregnancy ….

There are many signs of pregnancy. Here are some signs that suggest the possibility you are pregnant:

1. Menstruation did not come.
It’s a sign of early pregnancy, especially if used regularly menstruating. Combined with the positive signs of the other, most likely you are pregnant.

2. Appears spots and cramps
When you’re pregnant, usually marked by the appearance of pink spots on the panties that occurs during implantation (when the embryo attach to the lining of the uterus. This happens about 8-10 days after ovulation, a bit earlier than the arrival time of menstruation). Sometimes we misidentified as menstruation, only a shorter time than normal menstruation. Cramps are also common in early pregnancy.

3. Nausea and vomiting
If you are pregnant, early pregnancy, a few days after fertilization, may experience morning sickness. Actually, morning sickness is the wrong name, because in reality nausea and vomiting can occur at any time: morning, noon, night.

Normally, both these signs began to be felt at the age of 2-8 weeks of pregnancy after conception. Then, stop as soon as you enter the month 4.Sebenarnya, nausea and vomiting caused by changes of various hormones in the body in early pregnancy. However, conditions on any pregnant women are not equal. There are mild, but some are severe. In fact, can be severe vomiting (hyperemesis gravidarum)

4. Excessively tired
If you are pregnant, the most common symptom in the first eight to ten weeks is exhaustion. During pregnancy, the body undergoes significant changes in metabolism. Your whole body needs to adjust to the new process the growing fetus. for most women, fatigue will go at 12 weeks gestation.

5. Nipple / breast softer
If you are pregnant, you will recognize that the breasts and nipples become tender around three weeks after conception (when your period about a week late). Maybe breasts feel swollen, similar to the time before menstruation.

6. Darkening of the areola
In early pregnancy, you may recognize the areola (the dark area surrounding the nipple) begin to darken and enlarge its diameter. Believed that the increasing darkness of the color of the areola helps the newborn find the nipple to suckle. You may also be recognized that the veins in the breasts become more visible due to tension in the breast.

7. Constipation
Defecation (BAB) is difficult and not smooth? This commonly occurs in early pregnancy. Additional hormone produced during pregnancy cause the intestines become more flexible and less efficient.

8. The rise in basal body temperature
if pregnant, basal body temperature increases, the time periods that should have come up missing. and does not descend to the level before ovulation. At conception, the fertilized ovum in the fallopian tubes, and requires about a week to the uterus, where the fertilized ovum will stick in there.

9. Frequent urination
“Habit” often arise in this new first months of pregnancy. This happens because the uterus begins to enlarge the bladder pressure. Generally, it began to be felt around 6-8 weeks after conception.

Once the uterus out of the pelvis, this complaint will be reduced. However, you will begin to frequently urinate again in the last trimester because the fetus begins to enter the pelvic cavity.

10. Breast enlargement
Increased pregnancy hormones, namely estrogen and progesterone, it can affect mammary gland development. Do not be surprised if your breasts look a bit swollen or feels softer than usual. This can occur several days after fertilization.
The nipple and areola (area around the nipple) will also be darker in color. Usually, this happens about 3 weeks after conception.

11. Softening of the uterus and cervix
Typically, occurs around 2-8 weeks of gestation.

12. There is no appetite, maybe something to do with nausea nausea above.

13. Vaginal Discharge / Whitish or excessive discharge from the vagina due to hormonal influences.
This includes normal. But should continue to be observed in case of discoloration, odor and occurs gatal2 or a sense of “burning”.

14. Insomnia
Some cases, pregnant women usually have trouble sleeping.

15. The uterus and abdominal bloating
Generally, starting at 8-12 weeks of gestation.

16. There are abnormalities in the teeth and oral cavity.

17. Flu / cough / nasal berdarah/pusing2/migraen
Do not hurry to swallow the medicine. Treatment naturally do first. It was probably this happens because the decline in the immune system during pregnancy.

18. pregnancy test
is a test of “definitely” pregnancy if “positive”, among others:
– Home pregnancy test as a test pack is done at home
– Ultrasound
– Office pregnancy test
– Pregnancy blood test
– An internal exam.

Actually, all pregnancy tests work to trace the typical pregnancy hormone, namely human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG). This hormone is only found in blood or urine of pregnant women. When pregnant, the expected increase in the hormone hCG in the body. And, an increase of this hormone is not the same in every person. Generally, these hormones begin to rise about a week after ovulation. However, should a pregnancy test done if your period for 2 weeks late.

In pregnancy, there are several phases that we have to look at and consider in particular. But it does not mean that the prospective mother should not be this and that. There is a phase that memantang the prospective mother in consuming certain foods but not in every phase.
There are three phases that must be known, namely:

1. Phase of the first trimester
2. Phase of the second trimester
3. Phase third trimester

The most important phase in pregnancy is actually the phase of First Instance and the third phase.

1. Phase of the first trimester
Where the first phase is the phase in which the fetus begins to form new, and not getting maximum protection. Because the amniotic sac (bumper) just starting to form but not yet perfect, so the mother should be extra careful if you go into this phase.
Adhesion egg cell that has become the embryo into the uterine wall is also not too strong, so a miscarriage might have occurred if the mother is not keeping himself well.
Dietary restrictions are also forced to do this because during the first trimester should note also that in the first trimester, which is formed is the brain, eyes, spinal structures and other vital organs. When the formation of these cells are expected to have to sterilize her mom because of the foods that contain bacteria and viruses can easily infect the fetus. Worse, if the virus is viruses that can interfere with brain development and the formation of the fetal spine.
Foods that are mandatory taboo in the first trimester are:
* Foods that are potentially ripe 100% like satay, steak, grilled chicken, gado-gado, kredok etc.
* Hold the animals that become virus carriers such as cats, birds and dogs. Because the virus is believed to be infectionToxoplasma
* Carrying a toddler, especially for toddlers who have the flu. Conscious or not, that toddlers have a rubella virus carrier. Especially in their saliva, so be careful.

So be careful to expectant mothers who are currently in this phase because of the tendency for miscarriage is still quite large if not maintained properly.
2. Phase of the second trimester
This phase is the phase of the safest for expectant mothers, because in this phase of protection for the fetus is fully formed. Both of the formation of the amniotic sac, formation of the brain, eyes, spine and other vital organs. At this phase is the phase of the development of the already formed in previous phases. So do not be surprised that at this phase, the development of the fetus will very rapidly be so different just a week only the mother’s body will change drastically. This phase is also the mother is free to eat anything, because everything in the meal is no longer so influential mother to the fetus.
Well in this phase also controls the doctor can also rarely, moreover usually given

This article may be useful ..
Healthy regards ….


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