Copyright ⓒ 2014 John Sangwon Lee, MD ., FAAP
Physical, emotional and physiologic changes during the fifteenth week of pregnancy in the second trimester of pregnancy 임신 제2 삼개월 기간- 임신 제15주에 생기는 신체, 감정, 생리적 변화
- The gestation period from 14 weeks of pregnancy to 27 weeks of pregnancy is called the second trimester of pregnancy in obstetrics for convenience (the second trimester of pregnancy/the second trimester of pregnancy).
- During the first trimester of pregnancy, almost all of the vital organs of the fetus are formed.
- The fetus grows and develops more rapidly than in the first trimester, and during the second trimester of pregnancy, the fetus can gain up to 900g and the pregnant woman can gain as much as 5.4kg during pregnancy (according to US statistics).
- If morning sickness occurs early, it can start even in the 2nd week of pregnancy, and the morning sickness usually disappears around 14-16 weeks of pregnancy.
- Some pregnant women may be anxious about trivial matters due to emotional changes, and worry a lot about pregnancy and child rearing, but they are much less and more mentally stable than during the first trimester of pregnancy.
- And you may especially want to eat unusual foods. 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.
- Apparently, it is common that the pregnancy is still not clearly indicated, but the pregnant woman herself can feel the thickening of her waist due to pregnancy and that the pants she usually wears does not fit well.
- The uterus that has grown in the belly can be touched by the pregnant woman herself. Pregnancy proceeds normally, but hormones such as human corionic gonadotropin, estrogen, and progesterone are absolutely necessary.
- A pregnant woman’s skin, body hair, and sex are affected by such hormones, and a pregnant woman looks like a pregnant woman.
- By the 14th week of pregnancy, symptoms that often urinate during that period are less or no longer. The enlarged uterus can compress the organs in the pelvic cavity around it, and the effect of progesterone slows the movement of the intestinal wall muscles, which can lead to constipation.
- Constipation is prevented and treated by adequate physical exercise, sufficient fluid intake, and an adequate balanced diet. Copyright ⓒ 2014 John Sangwon Lee, MD ., FAAP
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“Parental education is the best medicine.“