Veins All Over The Body Appear Blue When 6 Months Pregnant?
Hay I was pregnant for the first pregnancy, now it is already in its 6th month, does the effect of the pregnancy result in the veins all over my body appearing blue, especially in my chest, neck and eyelids and even brownish blue? This is what haunts my feelings, is this the effect of pregnancy or is there another disease?
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The presence of veins appearing blue or the color of blood vessels is more visible in parts of the body when you are pregnant, possibly a normal condition that occurs during pregnancy. During pregnancy, hormonal influences during pregnancy, affect the appearance and condition of your skin, where the skin of a pregnant woman will look brighter and can be accompanied by oily skin, thus giving an appearance of skin blood vessels. This condition is also known as pregnancy glow. An increase in blood volume in the blood vessels and an increase in blood vessel pressure can also affect this clinical condition. So that these changes are physiological changes that can be experienced by pregnant women, of course, after a direct examination by your obstetrician.
Some other conditions can also affect the impression you experience during this pregnancy, such as:
1. pressure of the large veins by the uterus, so it is advisable to tilt the body to the left
2. increased blood supply to meet the body's needs during pregnancy
3. Anemia, a risky condition during pregnancy, so that your skin looks pale which finally gives a more visible picture of your blood vessels
Therefore, you should discuss directly with your obstetrician for clinical examination and to find out this complaint is a physiological condition during pregnancy or because of other medical conditions that need attention. The doctor will do a physical examination and supporting examination if necessary, so the doctor can ascertain the cause. Treatment recommendations will be given by your doctor for treatment if non-physiological conditions are found.
For now, you should avoid physical fatigue and excessive activity. Balance your healthy nutritional needs and meet your resting needs. Convey companion complaints especially if you feel other comorbid complaints that are bothering you.
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