The Age Of The Womb Is Still Young But The Stomach Has Bulged?
In the evening … I am now 12 weeks pregnant, but since the age of 7 weeks my stomach looks really bulging like 6 months of pregnancy … is that normal? Then nausea, my vomiting too often in 1 day can be eaten anything spit out again … is it dangerous for the fetus?
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First of all, I want to make sure in advance, is your current pregnancy your first pregnancy or have you been pregnant before?
If this is not your first pregnancy, then generally your abdominal muscles and connective tissues in your stomach are already loosening so that your stomach will indeed appear to swell faster than when you were pregnant for the first time. If this is your first pregnancy, your stomach can also appear more bulging, but not because the fetus and uterus are enlarging too quickly, but more often due to a buildup of wind in the digestive tract (bloating) and constipation. Sometimes the stomach can also look bigger if your weight gain during pregnancy is too much. If indeed you experience bloating and constipation, try to eat more vegetables and fruits, drink more fluids, and keep doing physical activity and also exercise sufficiently. As long as you don't experience certain symptoms that are worrying (for example, severe abdominal pain, a hard palpable stomach like a board, bleeding from the vagina), there's really nothing you need to worry about. Maintain your diet, and eat healthy and nutritious foods so that the weight gain is not excessive.
Regarding nausea, vomiting that you experience, as long as you can still eat and can still drink (you do not vomit after drinking), you also do not need to worry too much. Try to eat a little at a time when you are not too nauseous, eat foods that are bland, softer and easier to swallow, avoid eating foods that are too spicy and too oily to avoid further nausea. If you always experience vomiting even if you eat a little, especially if you can't drink and you experience symptoms of dehydration (for example, your urine becomes very concentrated or does not urinate at all, your mouth and mouth mucosa feels very dry), you should immediately do a hospital check. Excessive nausea and vomiting (hyperemesis gravidarum) are very dangerous for the mother and the baby in her womb so that further evaluation and treatment is needed by the obstetrician.
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