Pregnant Women Like To Sleep In The Morning?
I am 5 months pregnant now. From the beginning of pregnancy I often slept early in the morning, 7-9am. Is it dangerous for the fetus? The thing is I am confused about other activities I cook nausea and even exercise I am afraid because it is still trimester 2. And I also rarely eat breakfast. Sleeping in the morning also likes an empty stomach. How about this doctor? Thank you
Hello Widya, thank you for asking.
Introduce me Dr. Rio will try to answer your question.
Regarding the complaint you describe, I suspect that you experienced symptoms of excessive nausea during pregnancy, thereby limiting your activities. At the time of the mother's pregnancy there will be many hormonal changes in the body which sometimes in some people cause complaints from complaints from mild to severe.
The complaints should appear in trismester 1 and will decrease in trismester 2. The mother will become more stable so it is said that the most comfortable pregnancy is during trismester 2. Trismester two is 13-28 weeks of pregnancy. it is this phase that is important in babies such as the heart, lungs, kidneys already formed. the fetus can also hear, and swallow, small movements begin to occur, fine hairs begin to grow.
In the mother some changes that occur in this trismester are the size of the uterine widen so that the abdomen will appear to be enlarged, appear stretch marks on the stomach, breasts, thighs and bokon, swelling in the limbs, increased appetite. Providing adequate nutrition will support fetal growth and development.
Conditions of excessive nausea / vomiting experienced by pregnant women often occur in cases of Morning sickness, or Hyperemesis gravidarum. Some risk factors that can increase the risk of nausea and vomiting during pregnancy such as:
First time pregnant. Twins pregnancy. Obesity / overweight. Having several pregnancy disorders such as wine pregnancy, blighted ovum, ectopic pregnancy etc. Have obstetric diseases such as cysts, tumors, endometriosis, etc. Previous pregnancy history with complaints of nausea, vomiting. Responding to some of the above possibilities you should immediately check yourself to the obstetrician, bearing in mind some of the possible causes above are serious and must be treated seriously. Your obstetrician will carry out physical examinations and necessary investigations such as ultrasound, blood tests, etc.
Responding to the problem that you mentioned about the symptoms of nausea that you still feel that causes you to be lazy to move, and even if you never eat breakfast makes your nutritional intake disturbed. So that the concern is that it can affect the development of your fetus. Right now all you have to do is:
Consult yourself obstetrician, to ensure appropriate therapeutic action according to the type of abnormality. Avoid excessive activities such as sports, too tired, lifting heavy objects, etc. Take care of your diet, meet your nutritional needs, especially folic acid / iron for the development of your fetus. Avoid smoking, and drinking alcohol. Drink 2L per day for the health of your kidneys. That's all my answer, thank you very much :)