Pregnancy is a state of being pregnant. It happens when your sexual intercourse or by ART (assisted reproductive technology). Gestation lasts for nine months, and you will get to know about it when you miss your period. The pregnancy period is divided into three trimesters; each trimester consists of three-month approximately. Here I have tried to put some common Symptoms Of Pregnancy In 1st Week for you.
Every pregnancy is different and beautiful. In the early stages of pregnancy, you have to be very careful about your self to avoid miscarriages. Visit a doctor as soon as you come to know about it; a doctor will guide you in the right direction. Becoming pregnant is altogether a different feeling in the world; it’s you who will endanger your life to give life to another.
Early Pregnancy Symptoms:
Being pregnant for the first time you don’t understand what goes on with you. It can be daunting, and you face changes in yourself. Some of the pregnancy symptoms in 1st week you will notice are:
- The obvious is you will miss your period, and your breasts become tender.
- You will feel constipated and don’t want to eat anything.
- You will notice that you are always tired throughout the day without doing anything.
- Increased urination due to changes in hormones.
- Nausea, morning sickness happens to each pregnant lady. It can occur at any time of the day and last for nearly four months.
- Vomiting is also a symptom. Whatever you eat, you end up throwing, so be careful of the quantity of food you intake.
Weight Gain During Pregnancy:
In the first trimester, you gain one to two kilograms or in some cases; your weight will remain the same with less difference. You don’t feel like eating anything, but it is advisable to eat every two hours in less quantity. During pregnancy, it is advisable not gain more than 10 kilograms else you may face difficulty during delivery. One should eat healthily, and side by side maintain a good weight.
Always pay a visit to the doctor every two months and keep a check on your weight and your baby. A healthy mother will deliver a healthy child.
Note: Don’t skip your meals. Breakfast is a must, and you also have to eat your vitamins prescribed by the doctor. Don’t just eat anything, consume what is beneficial for your baby and you.
A big no to alcohol and smoking. It affects the baby in your womb. I consume a lot of fruits and green veggies.
During Pregnancy, Exercise Is Safe Or Not?
A safe work out helps with insomnia, muscle pain, excessive weight gain, and moods during pregnancy. Consult a doctor first for doing exercise in the state of pregnancy. Gentle yoga is good; all you have to do is go out in the breezy balcony and roll-out your mat. It also helps to maintain proper weight and health too. Take a break from exercising on your last month of pregnancy. Take good care of your own to ensure the safe delivery of your child.