You may be one of those women who have many symptoms of pregnancy about which you have questions. Pregnancy can have a variety of symptoms and while some women get very few, others get many. Understanding these can reduce your stress and at the same time help you find ways to adjust.
Back Pain and lower back discomfort affect about 50-75% of pregnant women.
Frequent urination and occasional urine leaks are also common in pregnancy, especially in the later stages.
Fatigue and mood swings are common complaints during pregnancy. There are four time periods in pregnancy when fatigue is often significant: the first trimester, near the end of the third trimester, in labor and after delivery.
Morning sickness, nausea, affects about 70% of pregnant women. It can occur not only in the morning but also at any time during the day.
Many parents know how hard it can to get a good night's sleep in the months that follow the birth of their child, but fatigue and problems with sleep during pregnancy are also very common.
You need to be careful about how much weight you gain during your pregnancy. Gaining too much or too little can be harmful to you and your baby. Gaining the right amount of weight helps protect your health and the health of your baby.
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