Practice pregnancy diagnosis
After becoming pregnant, a woman often feels her breasts become bigger and fuller. The small particles in the areola are more and more prominent like a plate. Previously pink nipples and areola
There are 3 most common signs that usually appear when a woman begins to become pregnant:
Amenorrhea or amenorrhea is the most important sign that a woman is pregnant. However, this is only true in normal, healthy women with normal menstrual periods, and no signs of psychological stress at the time of menopause. In other cases, this may be misdiagnosed due to menstrual delay. In addition, when a woman actually stops her period, sometimes she still has bleeding a few days before her regular menstrual period, which is called the "haemorrhage". Blood report is very little, not as much as when menstruation and only a few days to stop. The blood report phenomenon occurs because the newly formed fetus (embryo) moves into the uterus, enters the uterine lining to implant.
Morning sickness is a natural change a woman feels right after she becomes pregnant. Typical signs are a feeling of hangover, irritability, slight lethargy, nausea or vomiting. Also often accompanied by symptoms such as a sour appetite, cravings for strange foods that have never been wanted before. Psychological changes also change, temperament becomes erratic, or sad, unjustifiably angry, sometimes irritable. This is due to an imbalance in the autonomic nervous system (the vegetative nerves), due to a sudden change in the endocrine system, combined with real psychological changes such as joy. , hangover, fear ... especially for young and first-time pregnant women. Morning sickness normally does not last more than 3 months, and can be shortened if the woman has a good emotional environment and support,
After becoming pregnant, a woman often feels her breasts become bigger and fuller. The small particles in the areola are more and more prominent like plate. The nipples and areola were previously pink, now gradually dark black.
The three signs mentioned above are signs that a woman can identify for herself. However, for a definitive diagnosis, immediately after suspecting pregnancy, it is necessary to go to a hospital or a specialist doctor. In addition to determining the pregnancy for sure, a woman also receives the necessary instructions to take care of the fetus, know how to prevent and detect problems or complications that can affect the pregnancy early. At the same time, it is also an opportunity to check for dangerous diseases that can affect the fetus, or detect abnormal pregnancy such as pregnancy, ectopic pregnancy ...