Dizzy And Rocking After Prostration While 6 Months Pregnant?
Hello, I’m 6 months pregnant. the baby continues to be active, and continues to be active ..
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Basically, most pregnant women can feel the baby's movements when the gestational age reaches 20 weeks. As babies are born, the baby in the womb will always move, sometimes the movement can be active, sometimes it can also be inactive when the baby is in bed. This movement indicates that your baby is alive, but cannot be the only indicator of whether your baby is healthy or not. An ultrasound examination should be done to be able to clearly know the condition of the baby in your womb.
Once you can feel your baby's movements in the womb, you are expected to feel the baby's movements from time to time. Normally you will be able to feel at least 10 movements in 2 hours. If you don't feel the baby's movements or you feel your baby's movements decrease, you are expected to check with your obstetrician as soon as possible.
Dizziness in pregnancy is also a very common symptom. Symptoms of dizziness are. appears when you change positions is called orthostatic hypotension. Orthostatic hypotension is a momentary low blood pressure when the position changes. This condition can occur in pregnancy due to the influence of pregnancy hormones on the body's circulatory system (blood circulation). The following are some things you can do to reduce the symptoms of dizziness:
Make sure you drink sufficient amounts every day (at least 2-3 liters a day)
Make sure you eat enough (not excessive) and don't skip your meal
Wake up more slowly from a sleeping position or sit to a standing position
When you have to stand up from a sleeping or sitting position (or from a prostrate position), you should hold on to prevent falling
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