Changes During Pregnancy
Pregnancy And Childbirth / / August 12, 2017
changes in the body during pregnancy
During pregnancy, the expectant mother's body is changing day by day, and in parallel there is an active development of the baby.
What undergoes the greatest changes during pregnancy
pelvic changes during pregnancy:
It is this part of the body is especially noticeable changes: here is the uterus within which the baby grows.Later, when the start childbirth, pelvic bones will be parted to let the child, and then link up again.It is about four bones, firmly connected to each other cartilages.Under the influence of female hormones cartilage soften and become more elastic.
uterine changes during pregnancy:
«Muscle pocket" in which the baby is growing - is inside the pelvis and is shaped like a pear.In early pregnancy the uterus weighs 50-70 grams, and is closer to the genera - about 1 kg.
changes pelvic floor during pregnancy:
group of muscles that support the pelvic organs.During pregnancy, the pelvic floor is stretched, as it presses down on the uterus with the baby being in it.
spine during pregnancy:
Keeps the weight of our body, and this means that during pregnancy it is experiencing a double burden.The kid is growing, and in the small pelvis becomes a bit crowded, so the spine deviates slightly back.This expectant mothers manage to maintain stability.
abdominal muscles during pregnancy:
In stretched during pregnancy.For example, a woman with a waist of 66 cm can "expand" up to 100 cm
changes of mammary glands during pregnancy:.
Slowly increase during all 9 months of pregnancy.This is due to the fact that the breast is composed, including from glandular tissue that is "responsible" for the milk production.When the young mother will stop to feed your baby breast can change the shape.And not for the better.This is due to the fact that glandular tissue returns to its former size.To avoid disappointment, you should wear a bra, well supported breasts, use special creams and do exercises to strengthen the muscles.No less important and correct posture.If you sit, stand or walk, hunched over, his chest seems to be "hanging".Keep your back straight, lower and relax your shoulders.
back, buttocks, legs during pregnancy:
in average mums recover 12.5 kg.At least one 4.5 "placed" on the thighs, arms, back and stomach.