The Body Feels Pain When 16 Weeks Pregnant?
Good night. I want to ask? This is how my wife gets pregnant … around 4 months walk … Then when I sleep sometimes the body hurts like the main foot is the whole body … And the worst part is in the kemumun which is above the middle genitals between the stomach and the genitals … What causes it? … a solution please … Thanks …
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Pregnancy is a condition when a woman's body undergoes various changes, including significant hormonal changes that affect the psychological and physical condition of a woman. When a woman is pregnant, the uterus will enlarge to adjust to the fetus that continues to gain weight. Of course the condition will affect the size of the stomach. In addition, fat in several parts of the body such as around the abdomen, buttocks, hips, chest, will also increase along with the ongoing pregnancy process.
During pregnancy, the uterus will continue to grow as the fetus develops. Enlargement of the uterus will compress surrounding organs such as the intestine and rectum which will make pregnant women often constipated, bladder so that they will urinate frequently, stumps and hips to the area of the lower abdomen / vagina due to increased body mass. This condition can also compress the stomach, causing pain in the left abdomen and solar plexus. The sitting position will further increase the pressure from the uterus to the surrounding organs.
These complaints can generally be felt in some pregnant women with different pain intensities.
You do not need to worry, because this condition is normal for pregnant women. As a husband, try to give an understanding to the wife that the condition is normal due to changes in the body during pregnancy. The thing you need to do is make sure your wife does a healthy lifestyle, light exercise specifically for pregnant women, fulfilling balanced nutritional needs, getting enough rest and doing reasonable / not excessive activities.
Perform regular control to the midwife or to an obstetrician to assess the health condition of your wife's pregnancy and consumption of vitamins / food supplements specifically for pregnant women according to the prescription from the midwife / doctor.
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