Causes Of Shortness Of Breath After Pregnancy Exercise At 8 Months Of Pregnancy?
Mmm, I am 8 months pregnant again, and the position of the baby is sunsang, so this afternoon I did pregnancy exercise only for the first time, and that was the first time I did pregnancy exercise, while watching on YouTube, which I asked, why after I did the gymnastics , about 20 minutes later I became short of breath, and before that I was never short of breath like that … Thank you,
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Need to be clarified, what exactly do you do pregnancy exercise? When was the last time you had your pregnancy checked by an obstetrician? Besides tightness, do you also experience palpitations, dizziness, vomiting, chest pain, body swelling, palpitations, and so on?
Shortness of breath during pregnancy there are many possible causes. If the pregnancy exercise you did before is only mild in intensity, often this condition does not cause disturbing tightness. However, if without sufficient heating, you do pregnancy exercises with a fairly heavy intensity, you may feel shortness of breath. Especially if you have never exercised before. This tightness can be exacerbated also by pulmonary pressure by the uterus that is getting bigger in your gestational age that has been stepped on this 8 months.
You can try to overcome the shortness of breath with the following steps:
Rest, elevate the position of your chest and head, adjust your breath properly Wear comfortable clothing, don't overcrowd. Eat regularly, never eat foods that can produce a lot of gas when ingested, for example sour, spicy, coconut milk, mustard, cabbage, drinks fizzy, coffee, tea Don't panic, calm yourself Stay away from dust, smoke, pollution, and other respiratory irritants Improve air circulation in your neighborhood Restrict excessive physical activity first Do pregnancy exercise with the right instructor, under the supervision of a doctor However , if the tightness feels worse, or accompanying complaints arise as mentioned above, you should be more vigilant. It could also, shortness that you feel occurs associated with dyspepsia syndrome (increased gastric acid), cardiomyopathy (weak heart), asthma, allergies, heart problems, kidney, psychosomatic, and many other possibilities. Consult yourself directly to a doctor or obstetrician if you find complaints like this. That way, the doctor can do a thorough examination (including for example with an ultrasound examination) in order to give you the best treatment. Avoid consuming drugs if not prescribed directly by a doctor.
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