The Characteristics Of 4 Months Pregnant.?
Asalamualaikum … I am 23 years old I am pregnant with my first child and I do not know what the characteristics of pregnancy are like, but I realized that I was pregnant from the first week because I did not menstruate and I tested positive. first until week 6 feels very sensitive breasts, but now the age of 4 months so lost that sensitivity and at all the breasts do not hurt even though squeezed but in my stomach, I feel like there is a ticking but rarely rarely, but if it’s late want to rest feels the pulse is hard and rather often Explain to me whether the characteristics of my pregnancy are normal or unhealthy or what? Thank you
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Need to be clarified, have you confirmed your pregnancy by checking yourself directly to the doctor or obstetrician?
Indeed, pregnant women will often experience a series of symptoms, such as nausea, dizziness, more sensitive breasts, weakness, fatigue, frequent urination, mood swing, difficulty defecating, and so on. However, because this complaint is subjective, the intensity of its appearance can vary greatly from person to person, can feel very striking, or may not be felt at all.
Presumably, as long as you carry out regular pregnancy control to the doctor or obstetrician, it is certain that you are indeed pregnant, and the doctor also states that your pregnancy is okay, in fact you don't need to worry. The reduced sensitivity in your breasts may indicate that you are used to dealing with these uncomfortable sensations, so that they are no longer a significant complaint. Hormonal conditions at the age of pregnancy that has stepped on trimester 2 usually indeed begin to stabilize, so the physical complaints that often experienced the mother often improve. The sensation of beating and throbbing in your stomach may be part of fetal movements that are starting to be felt due to their growing size.
All you need to do is, check your pregnancy regularly to a doctor or obstetrician. Through in-depth interviews, physical examination, as well as several supporting tests, for example ultrasound, laboratories, and so on, doctors can monitor the development of the fetus in your womb as well as give him the appropriate treatment. At this time, you can focus on maintaining your pregnancy, i.e. by regular rest, eating a variety of nutritious foods (especially those rich in folic acid, calcium, and iron), drinking lots, do not get too tired physical activity, and stay away from things that can adversely affects your health as well as the fetus in your womb, such as cigarettes, alcohol, or other drugs carelessly.
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