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Body Changes During Pregnancy Some of these changes are subtle, an increased respiratory rate for example, while other more obvious changes include a baby bump. All these changes occur to prepare for the development of your baby and to give birth during labor. Here are some systems, organs, and parts that undergo changes during pregnancy. Your body during pregnancy Your body will change in many ways during pregnancy.
Naturally, your belly will grow and you’ll gain weight. In addition, you can expect your breasts to grow a cup size or more (and possibly become painful or sensitive). Partly the result of hormonal fluctuations and partly the physical strain of carrying extra body weight, pregnant women can expect to buy. Medical research shows that over heating during pregnancy can put your baby at risk.
Health guidelines advise that getting your core body temperature at or over 102°F (39°C) can be too hot for your. If your normal body temperature hasn’t risen during pregnancy, don’t panic. Your core body temperature has a range, Wider says, making it hard to get an exact read on what your new body temp is. Given that it goes up only slightly during pregnancy, it’s also difficult to determine an exact number for your new pregnancy temperature.
Not even your bowel movements are safe from the new pregnancy hormones in your body. After conception, your digestive system tends to slow down due to. The bottom line is that your body needs to make some very big changes during pregnancy, and you can’t predict exactly how those changes will occur in your body, and what they will look or feel like.
But however your pregnancy journey unfolds, please be kind to your body—not only in the way you treat it but in the way you feel about it. During the first trimester your body undergoes many changes. Hormonal changes affect almost every organ system in your body. These changes can trigger symptoms even in the very first weeks of pregnancy. Your period stopping is a clear sign that you are pregnant.
Other changes may include: Extreme tiredness; Tender, swollen breasts. Your nipples might also stick out. We all know the numbers: A typical pregnancy means a zeroto five-pound weight gain in the first trimester, then another 20 to 30 pounds through the ninth month.
Sounds manageable enough Your Body at 40 Weeks of Pregnancy (Internal) At full term, or 40 weeks of pregnancy, the fetus’ head has generally lowered into your pelvis, where it takes up most of the space. This is called “lightening.” In first pregnancies, this may happen a few weeks before labor.
In repeat pregnancies, this can happen at the time of labor.
List of related literature:
|from The Girlfriends’ Guide to Pregnancy|
|from The Myth of the Perfect Pregnancy: A History of Miscarriage in America|
|from The Girl & Her Ren|
|from Eve’s Herbs: A History of Contraception and Abortion in the West|
|from Caravan of No Despair: A Memoir of Loss and Transformation|
|from A Lion In The Bedroom|
|from An Apple a Day: A Memoir of Love and Recovery from Anorexia|
|from Supernatural Childbirth|
|from This Family of Mine: What It Was Like Growing Up Gotti|
|from The Mama Natural Week-by-Week Guide to Pregnancy and Childbirth|