The first trimester is a lot of changes for a mother, she begins to feel the appearance of her angel.
If you are worried about whether you are pregnant or not, see if you have signs such as nausea, stomach discomfort, fuller breasts, etc. These are early signs of pregnancy. However, not everyone will experience these signs.
The signs of pregnancy sometimes don’t become apparent until a few weeks or even months after you become pregnant. There are many women who won’t even feel any different. So maybe in the early stages of pregnancy, you don’t feel any difference. But no matter how your body feels, it is likely that your emotions will change dramatically. It may be due to the changes in hormones in the body combined with the mood of being a mother.
Psychology of pregnant women in the early stages of pregnancy – the first 3 months
Pregnancy can be smooth sailing for many women, but there are also many mothers who feel that their mood is quite “precarious”, especially in the first 3 months of pregnancy. If you also find yourself becoming more emotional than happy or sad, rest assured – you are not alone!
You may experience some of the following feelings but don’t worry this is normal as you are going through an important phase in your life.
- Excited but at the same time nervous and confused
- Sudden and erratic changes
- You want to have a child but doubt if you can be a good mother?
- Feeling like you want to let the world know you’re pregnant
- You will feel very much in love with your husband but then leave.
- Feeling sorry to have to say goodbye to “girlhood” to sacrifice your career or give up fun parties
- Surprised when I think about my belly getting bigger and breasts full and worrying about what I’ll look like after giving birth
- You become more sensitive and can easily cry when you watch a sad movie or see pictures of your baby.
In the early stages of pregnancy, you will feel a lot of changes in your body because there is a growing life in your belly that has many thoughts that you have never thought about or even dreamed of the day you give birth your baby will look like. Which etc. These are normal signs during this period. You should rest assured these are just hormonal changes during your pregnancy
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How to calculate the due date
You can predict your due date by counting from the first day of your last period based on your menstrual cycle. However, keep in mind that this is just a guess. Your baby will be born when he or she feels ready. You can also go to the clinic to be examined by doctors and give a more accurate due date
Signs of pregnancy
During the first 3 months of pregnancy, depending on the condition of each person, you can easily notice the changes in the body. Except for the usual signs, you may experience signs such as: detecting stretch marks from the navel pulling down. Some mothers will experience a tingling sensation in their wrists that can last throughout pregnancy. Or there’s a chance you’ll be constipated during early pregnancy. Because everyone’s body is different, there will also be different reactions during this period. So, let’s learn more about the signs of pregnancy as well as the signs to recognize when pregnancy is unusual.
What should be careful in the early stages of pregnancy
The majority of mothers’ pregnancies will end well and after 9 months and 10 days, you will welcome your baby. However, there are cases when the first trimester of pregnancy is the most important, the first 3 months, will be more complicated than the rest. So as soon as you determine you are pregnant (or you think you are pregnant) or register for an antenatal check-up at the hospital or clinic as quickly as possible. There are problems that can be easily treated if detected early, such as high blood pressure. You should also be extra careful in early pregnancy and pay attention to unusual signs!
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Hello My name is Elena Williams, I have 10 years in pregnancy operation. I write this blog with the goal of helping moms design better, easier, and less audible ones. These articles are compiled from personal experiences, filtered information sources and support from members of their team. Hope to always receive care from mothers. Thanks very muchLearn more