Prenatal Symptoms

In the last months of pregnancy, the uterus rises up to the rib cage, it becomes difficult to breathe due to the pressure it makes, stomach and intestinal complaints are observed.

In the first pregnancies, one to two weeks before birth, in subsequent pregnancies, about a few days before birth, the height of the uterus decreases by 2-3 cm upon the placement of the baby’s head in the birth canal. This creates relief for the pregnant woman. He breathes and exhales more freely. Stomach and intestinal complaints are reduced. In addition, frequent urination is performed because the pressure on the bladder increases.

Your pregnancy is 28. from the beginning of the week, contractions and hardening occur in the uterus from time to time. These are normal and usually painless. Sometimes, when painful, they are called false labor pain. These contraction exercises, in which the uterus prepares for childbirth, have become quite frequent in recent weeks.

Prenatal Weight Loss Is Normal

One or two days before birth, due to a change in hormone levels, water is excreted from the body and decreased appetite occurs. Therefore, 1-2 kg. weight loss can be seen.

On the day of birth, some of the energy used for childbirth is released in the body. Many pregnant women use this energy in jobs such as cleaning, shopping, traveling because they feel fit and dynamic instead of using it at birth. The use of this energy outside its intended purpose may cause the pregnant woman to get tired easily during childbirth, and the birth may be difficult and long.

For him, the pregnant ones are 38. when they feel better and fitter than usual from the week, they should think that this is a symptom indicating that childbirth is approaching, and use energy for other purposes, but on the contrary, they should rest or linger with light tasks. In some pregnant women, diarrhea may occur one or two days before birth due to the body’s bowel cleansing process.

These symptoms, which indicate that childbirth is approaching, may not be experienced by every pregnant woman or may not be noticed. This is also normal.