Wednesday, July 8, 2020

The longer the baby is, the more the pregnant mother's internal organs are squeezed.

As the month of pregnancy grows, the longer the baby becomes, the pregnant mother will gradually feel laborious in breathing, labor in labor, changes in food intake, hungry faster, or even leak urine, constipation, that is to say, as the baby gradually Growing up, a series of changes occurred in the pregnant mother's internal organs.

So, the longer the baby is, the more the pregnant mother's internal organs are squeezed? The truth is this.

First of all, under normal circumstances, we must know the position of the internal organs. The uterus is located in the pelvis, the uterine body is inclined forward, and the uterus is below the bladder; the intestine is entrenched in the entire abdominal cavity, the stomach is on the left, and the liver is on the right; The heart is in the left chest cavity, and the lungs occupy the entire chest cavity.

So as the baby grows up, to what extent will the internal organs be squeezed at different stages?

Early pregnancy

The baby in the first trimester is still very small, and the pregnant mother’s figure is still beautiful. The baby will hardly squeeze the pregnant mother’s internal organs, but there is a place to escape, that is the bladder, because the bladder is under the uterus. The baby is not big, but it also has weight. It will be squeezed into the bladder due to gravity, which is why pregnant mothers in the first trimester have frequent urination.

Second trimester

By mid-pregnancy, pregnant mothers will feel that the phenomenon of frequent urination will gradually disappear. This is because as the baby continues to grow, the uterus will gradually enter the abdominal cavity from the pelvis, which will slightly relieve the pressure on the bladder, but after entering the abdominal cavity, the abdominal cavity The internal organs will be oppressed.

The grown uterus will push the intestine upward and squeeze the large intestine against the posterior wall of the abdominal cavity. Intestinal activity is restricted, which will affect intestinal motility and constipation during pregnancy may occur. The upward intestine will squeeze into the stomach again, so the amount of food consumed by the pregnant mother will change, and she may become less hungry and more hungry. The moved stomach will squeeze to the heart again, so the pregnant mother will feel that she will pant and her heart beat faster after a little exercise. Then there is the uppermost lung, the lungs will be squeezed, and will be pushed up, there will be a certain degree of difficulty in breathing.

Third trimester

The third trimester is a progressive aggravation of the symptoms of the second trimester, but the position of the fetal baby will change slightly during labor and the baby's head will slowly enter the pelvis, then the bladder will be squeezed by the uterus, and the frequency of urination will be frequent. The phenomenon is coming again. At the same time, because the baby is going down, the pressure on other internal organs will be reduced, the pregnant mother will feel the symptoms of dyspnea, and the appetite may also become larger.

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