Common Aches And Pains During Pregnancy It's Time To Ask Your Healthcare Provider

common aches and pains during pregnancy it's time to ask your health care provider here's information on how to get relief from your pregnancy aches and pains as well as advice about when it's time to ask your health care provider for help heartburn if you feel a burning sensation in your chest after you eat it's probably heartburn also called acid indigestion or acid reflux heartburn is caused by the hormonal and physical changes that happen in your body during pregnancy headaches feeling a squeezing pain or a steady delay con both sides of your head could signal a tension headache this usually harmless pregnancy symptom is especially common during the first trimester if you're in your second or third trimester and have a severe headache that won't go away call your health care provider just to be safe round ligament pain round ligament pain is a brief sharp stabbing pain or a longer lasting delayed that you may feel in your lower belly or growing starting in the second trimester it's generally harmless and goes away after resting or changing position call your provider if you have abdominal pain that doesn't go away or gets worse hemorrhoids hemorrhoids are unusually swollen blood vessels in the rectal area they can be merely itchy or downright painful and can sometimes cause rectal bleeding especially during a bowel movement some women get hemorrhoids for the first time while they're pregnant but if you've had them before you got pregnant you're very likely to have them again now let cramps no one's really sure why leg cramps are common during the second and third trimesters but they could be from your additional pregnancy weight and pressure from your growing uterus lower back pain as your body adjusts to your expanding belly and the hormonal changes of pregnancy you may feel pain in your lower back pelvis and buttocks carpal tunnel syndrome if you feel tingling or numbness in your hands during pregnancy it could be carpal tunnel syndrome this condition is normally associated with repetitive hand movements but extra fluid and swelling during pregnancy can also cause these symptoms I hope this video will be helpful for you please don't forget to Like comment and subscribe if you really find our tips useful and interesting please share with your family and friends thanks for watching

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