How To Deal With Back Pain During Pregnancy After A Little Running?
I am 3 months pregnant. Yesterday because I was in a hurry to catch up, I ran a little. Will it have a bad effect on the fetus? And every night my back hurts. How to handle it
Hello Nurullitha Anggraeni,
The first trimester of pregnancy is an important period for fetal development. Miscarriages are prone to occur in the first trimester so extra care is needed during this period. Good nutritional intake certainly affects the development of fetal organs in the womb.
In the first trimester there are significant hormonal changes in pregnant women so that symptoms of young pregnancy appear as follows:
Nausea, vomiting especially in the morning
Easily tired when on the move
Pain in the back or around the lower abdomen
To reduce the symptoms of nausea, vomiting, pregnant women can eat food in small portions with a more frequent frequency. Drink enough water, interspersed with drinks containing ginger to reduce nausea. Young pregnant women should get enough rest, avoid activities that are too heavy. To prevent constipation / difficult CHAPTER, pregnant women should limit fried foods, spicy foods, and soda drinks. Expand fiber-rich foods and continue to mobilize and light activities. Avoid holding back urination, because it can trigger urinary tract infections. Back pain is often experienced by pregnant women, pay attention to your position when sitting, avoid changing positions suddenly when lying down, use a sleeping mat that is not too soft. Compress with warm water on the back or light massage on the back can reduce the pain.
Sexual intercourse in young pregnancy sometimes increases the risk of miscarriage in some pregnant women. If you want to continue to have sex, do it when pregnant women feel comfortable. The fetus is relatively safe because it is protected by sacs and amniotic fluid, uterine muscles, and fluid that protects the cervix against infections.
Pregnant women should be aware of the danger signs in easy pregnancy, namely:
Many vaginal bleeding accompanied by pain in the abdomen
Discoloration, odor of vaginal fluid during young pregnancy accompanied by itching.
Excessive vomiting resulting in body weakness, dehydration, excessive dizziness, weight loss, reduced volume of urine
Don't forget to always control pregnancy regularly at a health facility. Thus the explanation from me, may be useful.