Thursday, July 2, 2020

The body has these kinds of performances during pregnancy, the fetus tells you "I am thirsty"

Everyone in daily life must have experienced drinking without water because they didn't feel thirsty. As a result, after getting thirsty quickly, it was still uncomfortable to drink too much water. This is because when you do not feel it, your body is already lacking water, and after you feel thirsty, your body is already very dehydrated.

As we all know, the fetus is a translucent liquid in the mother's uterus, that is, amniotic fluid that we often say, through the placenta and umbilical cord to get the nutrients and oxygen needed for growth and development from the mother. Just as what pregnant mothers eat is not digested and absorbed by themselves, but shared with the fetus, the water that pregnant mothers drink is also shared with the fetus.

Therefore, if pregnant mothers often drink very little water, it will not only be bad for their health, but also seriously affect the development and growth of the fetus. So, do pregnant mothers understand when the fetus is "thirsty"? Let's take a look at the symptoms of the pregnant mother when the fetus is thirsty.

Symptom 1: constipation

Constipation is really a painful and difficult to talk about, especially for pregnant mothers, because the pregnant body becomes bulky, constipation is a very hateful thing. If expectant mothers experience constipation during pregnancy, this is a sign that the pregnant mother has been consuming too little water recently.

Decreased water in the body will not only cause constipation of pregnant mothers, but also increase the blood viscosity of pregnant mothers, and will also affect the content of amniotic fluid in the uterus, which will affect the development of the fetus. When the symptom of constipation appears, pregnant mothers must be vigilant, because if the symptom of constipation is not relieved for a long time, those who are mild will have abdominal pain and bloating, and those who are severe will block the intestine and form "hemorrhoids".

In order to supplement nutrition during pregnancy, pregnant mothers will eat some high-protein, high-nutrition, high-fat, high-calorie foods, and even some vitamin tablets containing iron will also affect intestinal motility and affect bowel movements. During pregnancy, the amount of activity of pregnant mothers decreases, often sitting and lying down, which has a hindering effect on digestion of the stomach and intestines.

Pregnant mothers can drink a certain amount of water every day and eat some fiber-rich fruits and vegetables to promote gastrointestinal motility. You also need to do the right amount of activities every day to develop the habit of regular bowel movements. Drinking a cup of plain water on an empty stomach from the morning or drinking some honey water can also promote bowel movements.

Symptom 2: Yellow urine, less frequency

Many pregnant mothers find that their urination has decreased during pregnancy and their urine is very cloudy and yellow. Generally speaking, the color of urine will change with the amount of water in your body. If the amount of drinking water is sufficient, the color of urine will be lighter. If the amount of drinking water is insufficient, the color of urine will be Yellow, the more water in the body, the more yellow the color.

The yellow color of urine is actually derived from the aging blood cells in the body. Through metabolism, some toxins also need to be excreted from the body. Inadequate drinking water for pregnant mothers means less water in the bladder, less water for transporting toxins and waste, and darker urine. At the same time, because there is not much fluid in the bladder, the number of times the pregnant mother urinates will decrease accordingly. Some pregnant mothers take the initiative to hold back urine because of inconvenience, which will cause the bladder to squeeze the uterus, affecting the development of the fetus.

Help Mom here to remind all pregnant mothers to drink plenty of water and urinate in time, not only for their own health, but also for the growth and development of the fetus in the body.

Pregnant mothers must be vigilant when the above two symptoms appear in their bodies. Don’t wait until the fetus takes the initiative to tell you that he is “thirsty” before taking action. In normal times, we must pay attention to add water, drink plenty of water, exercise diligently, develop good work and rest habits, and give birth to a healthy baby.

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