ECG Examination Results In Second Trimester Pregnant Women?
Hello, are there any heart changes in second trimester pregnant women? If the ECG shows an abnormal ST, can it be the effect of pregnancy? But as long as I have no complaints of pounding, shortness of breath, swelling etc. there are no complaints at all. Thank you
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. During pregnancy, it is undeniable that there are a number of changes in heart performance, because the heart that had only had to pump blood for one person, so had to pump blood to the mother, and also to the fetus as well. This makes the heart work harder, affects blood pressure, and makes the mother more susceptible to heart disease.
To this, if you don't experience any symptoms it is a good sign, but that does not mean you have been protected from heart disease until later. It may be that symptoms have not yet arisen because your heart is still trying to compensate, or because the disorder is not too large. Whatever it is, none of this can be confirmed without a direct inspection. Therefore, we recommend that you regularly check your pregnancy to the obstetrician, which is once a month until the age of 6 months of pregnancy, once every 2 weeks at 7-8 months, and once a week at 9 months of gestation. Later, let your obstetrician assess the progress of your condition and determine whether the ECG results are dangerous or not. You don't need to worry about ECG results or information that you get from the internet because everything will be re-determined by the results of the examination. As a prospective mother, your important task is to ensure that you regularly get an obstetrician's examination.
Meanwhile, limit your activities, get enough rest, avoid cigarette smoke, do not consume drugs without doctor's advice, take vitamins and pregnancy supplements, and make sure you eat cooked foods. So, hopefully answering your question.