How do expectant mothers cope with the difficult process of pregnancy? The first challenge pregnant mothers face is the early pregnancy response. There are many types of early pregnancy reactions that must be understood one by one in order to respond to each one. Although the early pregnancy response is very normal, many pregnant mothers find it difficult to bear the intense early pregnancy response. What about women with intense early pregnancy reactions? How do expectant mothers cope? Below are some methods for everyone.
Everyone's physical constitution is different, and their early pregnancy reactions are also different, with some even not responding, generally including the following:
Hate vomiting: During pregnancy, disgust vomiting is also known as "pregnancy vomiting", sometimes also known as "morning sickness". You may feel nauseous from time to time, have a bad appetite, and may like a certain taste of sour, sweet, bitter, and spicy. Eat according to your own preferences.
Fatigue and drowsiness: If you always feel very tired and lack strength during this period, you must be pregnant.
Symptoms of Headache: In early pregnancy, there may be headaches, usually manifested on both sides of the head or the back of the neck. After pressing, there may be persistent dull pain in the neck.
Breast tenderness: After pregnancy, changes in the body's endocrine system and stimulation of hormones in the body can cause breast enlargement and swelling. Sometimes touching can cause tingling and discomfort. Compared to the pain during menstruation, it will be more severe.
The response to early pregnancy is intense, and measures can be taken from five aspects
1. Take plenty of rest and adjust your mood. Excessive stress and emphasis on pregnancy may exacerbate morning sickness symptoms.
2. Women should pay attention to wearing comfortable underwear, not too tight, not breathing smoothly, and feeling uncomfortable.
3. Moderate exercise, such as walking and cycling, can help alleviate pregnancy symptoms.
4. Eat as needed. If you eat a small amount of food 5-6 times a day, every 2-3 hours, or if you feel hungry, eat something.
5. Ensure nutrition. Whether it is sour, spicy, salty, or light, it is important to satisfy the preferences of the pregnant mother as much as possible to ensure adequate nutrition.
Many pregnant mothers suffer from various early pregnancy reactions. In addition to strengthening the learning and active response of pregnant mothers themselves to pregnancy knowledge, it is also essential to seek the help of experts when appropriate to cope with early pregnancy reactions.