The Stomach Is Still Small At 2 Months Pregnant?
Hello doctor .. I want to ask, I am pregnant for more than 2 months, but why is my stomach getting smaller, I also don’t feel like someone who is pregnant, such as vomiting, weakness or dizziness. I do not feel like that, like a person who is not pregnant, can be said to be healthy. Is my womb normal ???
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Need to clarify, in what ways did you know beforehand that you were pregnant? Have you ever checked your pregnancy by ultrasound to an obstetrician?
Ideally, the diagnosis of pregnancy is confirmed after you have checked with a gynecologist for an ultrasound. If you have just done a testpack examination, and have not confirmed it with an ultrasound examination, it is not certain that you are pregnant. It could also be a positive test pack result in women who are not pregnant, for example because the urine is contaminated by bacteria, drugs, or also due to an incorrect testpask procedure.
However, if it is true that you have confirmed your pregnancy with an ultrasound examination to an obstetrician, then there are no subjective signs of pregnancy, such as vomiting, weakness, or dizziness, which does not necessarily mean that your pregnancy is a problem. You need to know that these various signs arise due to hormonal changes, namely the increased production of pregnancy hormones, which usually only appear significant at 12 weeks of gestation and over. Each person can also experience different sensitivity thresholds in feeling these complaints.
In line with the above, even an enlarged stomach during pregnancy will usually appear only when the gestational age is large enough. Usually, at less than 12 weeks of gestation, the uterine fundus (the highest part of the uterus) is still in the pelvic cavity so that it is not easy to feel through external examination. Only when the womb reaches 12 weeks, the height of the fundus can be felt about 2 fingers above the pelvic bone (symphysis).
It's best if you don't worry too much about your pregnancy. Most importantly, always take care of your pregnancy by adopting a healthy lifestyle. Get used to rest regularly 6 to 8 hours a day, eat healthy and nutritious food, and drink enough to keep stamina. Avoid smoking, alcohol, and indiscriminate consumption of drugs without a doctor's prescription. Do not forget, always check your pregnancy every 1 month to a doctor or obstetrician so that the development of the fetus in your womb can be monitored properly.
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