Copyright ⓒ 2014 John Sangwon Lee, MD., FAAP
1st trimester of pregnancy-Physical, emotional and physiologic changes during the fourth week of pregnancy 임신 제1 삼개월 기간- 임신 제8주에 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 affected by female hormones and change more and more.
- The nipples are significantly larger than before, the mammary glands in the breasts are more developed, and the fat accumulates in the breasts, which can lead to larger breasts.
- The color of the nipple rings can also change to a darker color. The breasts may become larger and more uncomfortable.
- You can feel a lot of fatigue between the 5th and 9th weeks of pregnancy.
- Changes in taste or taste may occur, you may no longer be able to eat certain foods you enjoyed before pregnancy, and morning sickness may occur.
- Emotions can change and sometimes tears come out.
- You may have vomiting or vomiting, and morning sickness may occur. You may feel significantly more tired than before.
- Your metabolism can increase by 25% more than usual.
- Because of that, the heart rate can normally be faster.
- Early morning sickness can start in the second week of pregnancy. It usually disappears around 14 to 16 weeks of pregnancy.
- Emotions can change and sometimes tears come out. You may urinate frequently. These symptoms start at the 2nd week of pregnancy and may be lessened by the 14th week of pregnancy.
- It is common to perform fertilization (CBC) tests, Rh blood type, and ABC blood type tests when receiving a pregnancy checkup before delivery at 7-9 weeks of pregnancy. Copyright ⓒ 2014 John Sangwon Lee, MD., FAAP
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“The information contained in this publication should not be used as a substitute for the medical care and advice of your doctor. There may be variations in treatment that your doctor may recommend based on individual facts and circumstances.
“Parental education is the best medicine.“