Signs Of Symptoms Of Young Pregnancy?
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Pregnancy in the first trimester or the first three months of pregnancy is characterized by morning sickness, which is a complaint of nausea, vomiting that occurs in the morning. However, morning sickness is not always experienced in the morning alone. In some cases morning sickness is also complained during the day until night. In some other cases it does not experience morning sickness. So this morning sickness is not a sure sign of pregnancy.
Morning sickness occurs due to pregnancy hormones stimulate the production of stomach acid so that it increases more than before pregnancy. This is what causes nausea and vomiting and pain in the gut. Pain is felt like being stabbed or feeling full or feeling of burning or burning sensation. Other complaints are often belching, dizziness, weakness and lethargy.
To ensure morning sickness complaints are caused by pregnancy hormones, pregnant women can do a pregnancy test using the first urine to wake up in the morning or test pack. If the results are positive, there is a possibility of pregnancy but this is also not a sure sign of pregnancy, because the results can be false positives due to device errors.
A sure sign of pregnancy is through checking the fetal heart rate. Lately, technological advances in the medical world are very rapid. Until now, someone who suspects she is pregnant can immediately see a gynecologist. And the obstetrician will immediately conduct an ultrasound examination. The doctor will look for gestational pouches, then make a sound if the fetus is already there. Fetal heart rate can be heard through ultrasound at 6.5-7 weeks gestation. Using dopler, fetal heart rate can be heard at 12-16 weeks' gestation. While using a laennec stethoscope, fetal heart rate can begin to be heard at 20 weeks gestation.
If you suspect that you are pregnant, you can check with your obstetrician 7 weeks after the first day of your last menstruation. Because in the medical world, the first day of last menstruation is considered as the beginning of pregnancy, so 7 weeks after that (provided you are still not menstruating or late for menstruation) is considered as 7 weeks gestational age. However, there is a possibility of error in predicting gestational age using this method.
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