Does The Fight Affect The Stomach Pain During 3 Months Of Pregnancy?
Tonight, thank you for the answer to my question before. I want to ask again. Why is it that every time I fight with a partner or partner experiences a lot of thoughts he must have a stomach ache. The condition of my partner is pregnant for almost 3 months. Does that thought affect the fetus? Thank you
Hello Lfido, thank you for asking.
When a person experiences psychological stress, a lot of stress hormones are produced. These hormones can increase stiffness or tension in the muscles, including the stomach muscles. That is why when a person experiences stress, he often feels pain in the nape of the neck and shoulder muscles. In pregnant women, the effects of stress coupled with hormonal changes, will increase the incidence of pain or contraction of abdominal muscles. In addition, stress also increases one's sensitivity to pain.
Arguing is a form of psychological stress. So it's natural that when fighting, someone feels pain. Pain can be in the form of headaches, dizziness, abdominal pain, or muscle aches. Prolonged stress can cause an increase in blood pressure. Increased blood pressure is followed by narrowing of the arteries and increased heart work. This may cause interference with the flow of nutrients and oxygen to the fetus. In addition, many psychologists also believe that the emotional and psychological status of the mother will affect the emotional and psychological status of the baby. Therefore, you should indeed during pregnancy, avoid stressors as much as possible. Think more positive things, so emotions are more stable.
Thus my brief explanation. Hope it can be useful. Regards.