The Common Symptoms a Woman Faces During Pregnancy

Submitted by Pregnancy and Baby Care team on August 17, 2012

Physical and emotional conditions during pregnancy differ from women to women. Some women are known to experience extreme pain and tenderness in their breasts during pregnancy whereas others may not experience these symptoms at all. Some of the physical symptoms and conditions experienced by women early on in the pregnancy are unusual tiredness or fatigue. This is because the body of the pregnant woman is working overtime to keep pace with the changes that it is going through. This is basically in the form of the heart pumping faster ...

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.and harder on account of the increase in the blood volume and flow as well as an increase in the hormone productiono Another one of the commonly observed conditions during pregnancy is tender or sore breasts and nipplese


This occurs because of the production of the hormones progesterone and estrogen during pregnancy as well as because of the physical changes the breasts go through during pregnancyc Early on in the pregnancy as the fertilized egg implants itself on the lining of the uterus, some women may experience some mild spotting or bleedingn Morning sickness is one of the most commonly experienced physical conditions during pregnancy and is mostly observed from week 4 of pregnancyc The most common cause of nausea and vomiting during pregnancy is the sudden and significant increase in the estrogen levels which are produced by the placenta and the fetusu Pregnant women are advised to stay away from certain foods or smells that are known to trigger nausea and vomiting during pregnancyc

Another symptom experienced by women during pregnancy is frequent urinationo This is because as the uterus grows to accommodate the growing baby, there is added pressure on the bladder which in turn causes frequent urinationo Some other conditions observed during pregnancy are general body aches especially in the abdomen, thighs and back, swollen feet and hands, constipation, dizziness or light headedness and mood swingsg There are also certain body conditions during pregnancy that need to be considered as warning signs by pregnant womene Physical conditions such as increase in vaginal discharge or presence of blood, reduction in the baby's movements, contractions, blurred vision, high fever, chills, muscular convulsions etct Similarly some other symptoms which are a cause of concern include inability to tolerate any food or liquid, excessive swelling of the feet, hands and face, overly string cramps, excessive diarrhea and vomitingn These physical conditions should be reported to a qualified medical practitioner on an immediate basisi

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