Overcoming Anemia And Low Blood Pressure In Pregnant Women?
Good morning. R nI have a question! R nI am now 6 months pregnant. But my HB is low 8.7. And my blood pressure is also only 100, I am given blood booster medicine but every time I drink I will definitely be nauseous and vomiting .. r nI also consume a lot of fruits and vegetables, but it hasn’t gone up yet. R n How to deal with it ???
From the information you have conveyed, during pregnancy, there will be physiological changes or normal changes in the body, one of which is related to physiological changes in blood. During pregnancy, white blood cells can increase than they should, as well as the Hb value of pregnant women.
The decrease in Hb in pregnant women can decrease to 9.5%; this can be due to the increase in plasma volume in the blood to 1.5 liters, so that the Hb of pregnant women can be measured below normal to 9.5%.
However, if your Hb is measured as 8.7%, it shows an Hb value that is lower than it should be. This condition can be caused by the possibility of iron deficiency in your body. So that examination and treatment by an obstetrician is also needed to prevent the risk of Hb from decreasing and possibly bothering you.
Besides that, you also need to pay attention to:
1. meet the needs of healthy food
2. Continue to take anti-anemia drugs from your doctor. Take this medicine after meals
3. avoid spicy food, noodles, meatballs, fried rice, pecel, soda, coffee to avoid indigestion, so you can take medicine from a doctor properly
4. If you are a career woman or a woman with a high enough schedule or are still working actively, then consider taking a few days off to recover your physical condition and stamina. If you are still exhausted in your current state, this will not help your recovery
5. Avoid sleeping late
6. Enough fiber foods, fruits and vegetables
7. consume more protein and milk
That is the information we can provide, read also the physiological changes for pregnant women.