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Signs of pregnancy

Signs of pregnancy

Question:

- I am pregnant in 7 weeks and the nausea states, back pain, are not present. They are replaced only by dizziness, back pain and breast pain. It's normal?

Answer:

The state of pregnancy is characterized by amenorrhea (lack of menstruation) and a series of symptoms, more or less pronounced, from case to case: digestive disorders such as nausea, vomiting, sialorrhea (excessive salivation), changes in taste and appetite, lameness, constipation; neuro-psychic disorders: irritability, emotionality, disturbance of the sleep-wake schedule, psychic lability; urinary disorders (frequent urination), feeling of general swelling, feeling of breast tension etc.

The state of pregnancy is characterized by amenorrhea (lack of menstruation) and a series of symptoms, more or less pronounced, from case to case: digestive disorders such as nausea, vomiting, sialorrhea (excessive salivation), changes in taste and appetite, lameness, constipation; neuro-psychic disorders: irritability, emotionality, disturbance of the sleep-wake schedule, psychic lability; urinary disorders (frequent urination), feeling of general swelling, feeling of breast tension etc.
It is not necessary to have all these symptoms and does not mean that they all appear from the beginning. There are some pregnant women who do not have any of the symptoms listed, as are pregnant women who have many discomforts during pregnancy: each body is unique and has its own way of reacting to different changes.

Both the dizziness and the pain of the breasts are entitled to appear in a pregnant woman: the mammary glands begin to increase in size by developing the glandular tissue that will later be responsible for the production of breast milk, growth that can cause pain and tension in the breast. .
The state of dizziness described can be caused by several factors associated with pregnancy, including: increasing the required blood volume which, in the absence of sufficient fluid intake (minimum 2 liters per day) can cause hypotension, anemia, hormonal changes etc.
A balanced and healthy diet, rich in vitamins and minerals (supplemented by prenatal vitamin supplements recommended by your doctor), sufficient fluid intake and a balanced rest and light exercise program (walking) can help you get through this period. . Do not neglect monthly prenatal checks and consult the obstetrician doctor who is following your pregnancy, whenever symptoms appear that concern you.

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