Copyright ⓒ 2014 John Sangwon Lee, MD., FAAP
Physical, emotional and physiologic changes during the tenth week of pregnancy in the first trimester of pregnancy 제1 삼개월 기간- 임신 제 10주에 생기는 신체, 감정, 생리적 변화
- Pregnant women have a lot of special precautions during pregnancy to avoid doing things that are harmful to their own health and the health of the fetus.
- The breasts, nipples, and nipple rings are gradually changed under the influence of female hormones.
- The nipples are significantly larger than before, and the mammary glands in the breasts are more developed, so the breasts can also become larger.
- The color of the nipple rings can also change to a darker color, and Montgomery nodules form on the nipple rings
- . The breasts may become larger and more uncomfortable. The size of the uterus is usually twice the size of the uterus or larger.
- It is common to see no apparent pregnancy.
- Pregnant women themselves can feel the thickened waist due to pregnancy.
- Early morning sickness can begin during the second week of pregnancy. However, it usually disappears around 14-16 weeks of pregnancy.
- During the 10th week of pregnancy, there are more emotional changes than before, which can make you feel anxious even in trivial things.
- Some pregnant women worry a lot about pregnancy itself and raising children. You can feel a lot of fatigue.
- We sometimes shed tears due to the change of emotions. Your metabolism increases by 25% more than usual.
- Your heart rate may normally be faster. You may urinate frequently.
- These symptoms can start from the 2nd week of pregnancy and lessen around the 14th week of pregnancy.
- Blood pressure fluctuations can occur frequently.
- This can lead to dizziness. And it can often be dizzy. If you do not have a fertilization (CBC) test, Rh blood type test, or ABC blood type test when you receive a pregnancy checkup before delivery at the 7th to 9th week of pregnancy. Copyright ⓒ 2014 John Sangwon Lee, MD., FAAP
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