Question: hii frnds.....I am in the second trimester n em feeling short of breath with abdominal pain....is it normal???
Answer: hello.. dear its normal.. dont worry..
You may be out of breath now because you need more oxygen during pregnancy, and your body adapts to meet this need in several ways. Rising hormones, particularly progesterone, directly affect your lungs and stimulate the respiratory center in your brain. And although the number of breaths you take per minute changes very little during pregnancy, the amount of air you inhale and exhale with each breath increases significantly. Being short of breath in early pregnancy may feel more like a heightened awareness of the need to breathe.If you're feeling a little breathless, try these tips for relief:
Take things a bit more slowly and don't push yourself too hard when being active.
Sit up straight and keep your shoulders back (especially when sitting) to give your lungs as much room as possible to expand.
Prop yourself up a bit with a few extra pillows when you're in bed at night.
Try to be patient. It's no fun to be uncomfortably out of breath. But after you give birth, your breathing will soon feel like it did before you were pregnant.
Abdominal pain during pregnancy can be a normal part of the process as your body changes to accommodate your growing baby. While there are many harmless causes of abdominal pain in pregnancy. Some abdominal aches and pains during pregnancy are quite common and generally pose no threat to you and your baby. Gas during pregnancy is caused by increased levels of progesterone. As more of this hormone is released, your gastrointestinal tract slows down, which makes food travel more slowly. Drinking plenty of water, eating fiber rich foods, exercising, and using stool softeners are excellent ways to combat excessive gas and constipation.
In addition to the above, there are several other common abdominal discomforts that can be experienced during pregnancy and are generally non-threatening. Your growing uterus, stomach viruses, kidney stones, fibroids, and food sensitivities are all valid forms of harmless abdominal pain.
Question: Is it normal to have a pain while moving in the end of 2nd trimester
Answer: There will be round ligament pain in the stomach when we suddently move or bend. This pain is caused by certain muscles used for uterus development. Dont need to worry