Frequent Dizziness And Abdominal Colic When 10 Weeks Pregnant?
I want to ask about 10 weeks of pregnancy, but my stomach is not visible and why I often feel dizzy when cooking, or exposed to the sun around 11-14 o’clock, such as lack of blood and if I stand up for too long or hit the stomach, my stomach feels heartburn and cramps and dizziness.
Thank you for the question.
It should be understood several things related to your condition:
First, when the womb is only 10 weeks old, the size of the fetus is still very small, which is around 3.1 cm in length and weighs around 4 grams. Therefore, at this age, the uterus is still embedded in the pelvic cavity, so there is no apparent enlargement of the abdomen. The stomach will only appear to enlarge after the uterus soils up to the pelvic cavity, which usually begins when the gestational age is 12 weeks, or more. Therefore, it is very natural that at this time your stomach does not appear to be enlarged.
Second, dizziness and a stomach that feels mules and cramps during pregnancy are usually normal due to hormonal influences. Other factors, such as anemia, hypotension, dehydration, lack of nutrition, lack of sleep, lack of movement, activity fatigue, stress, heart problems, viral or bacterial infections, dyspepsia, and various other diseases can also make dizziness worse. Cramps and heartburn in your stomach can also be aggravated by digestive infections, inflammation of the intestine, the influence of certain types of food or drinks, too much heavy lifting, exhausting physical activity, urinary tract infections, muscle cramps, and many other possibilities.
Third, your condition generally does not require special management, as long as it appears with a reasonable intensity. You can regularly control your pregnancy to the doctor or obstetrician every 1 month to assess the health of yourself and the fetus in your womb. That way, it can also be evaluated, whether your complaints at this time are still reasonable, or related to an illness. In the meantime, you can make your complaint first by:
Regularly rest, 6-8 hours every day
Drink water and eat a variety of balanced nutritionally valued foods more
Expand also eat fruit and vegetables
Not too sudden to change the position of the body, do it carefully, if necessary ask for help from others around you
Don't over-exert physical activity, especially during the day outside the room
Wisely managing stress and emotions
Do not smoke, do not consume alcohol
Do not carelessly take medication during pregnancy
Compress the stomach that is uncomfortable with warm water
Hope this helps ...