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Pregnancy Myths and Symptoms

Pregnancy Myths and Symptoms

Pregnancy symptoms differ with each woman and each pregnancy. In this article you will find the different symptoms related to pregnancy and also the pregnancy myths. The symptoms of pregnancy vary for each woman and also each pregnancy. However some symptoms are common in almost all women in their early stages of pregnancy. You should be able to understand each symptom and its reason for occurring as the individual reasons may not be related to pregnancy.

Some women start feeling the changes in their body beginning from the conception and experience the symptoms in the early weeks of the pregnancy and some women might not experience any pregnancy symptoms at all. Understanding the symptoms is necessary as you should know what changes bring about those symptoms in your body. This helps to calm down your mind during this state as you know for sure what changes your body is going to and has gone through because of pregnancy.

The typical symptoms of early pregnancy often are similar to the pre-menstrual or menstrual cycles. Nevertheless, the symptoms can be noted according to the timing, frequency and the intensity it is experienced in.

During pregnancy you have to go through both mental and physical changes, just like your pre-menstrual or menstrual cycle. The early pregnancy symptoms include missing your periods, tenderness in the breast and fatigue. The most obvious reason among these is the missing of the periods which is experienced by every pregnant woman. All of these symptoms of pregnancy can be caused due to various reasons as well, so you should not immediately assume pregnancy.

It is best to consult a doctor immediately after you feel or experience few symptoms of pregnancy. Here are some misunderstood symptoms of pregnancy:

Many people think that their normal eating habits affect only them. But this is not true for pregnant woman. Eating healthy foods like vegetables, proteins, grains and other foods from the food chart will not only be good for you but also start off your growing fetus on a healthy path.

People say that when a woman is pregnant she should start eating for two. It is true that your requirement of nutrients increase but your energy requirements increase only 300 calories per day for the second and third trimesters of your pregnancy. Gaining lesser weight will make the delivery of the baby easier. The fact is that the mothers who do not gain weight during pregnancy face many complications during birth and could face premature birth as well. This can cause ling and heart problems in the child.

Christina Ray is expert in writing articles on pregnancy related issues.She is currently working as a USA Medicine Researcher.Read her other articles on Sign of Pregnancy and picture of pregnancy stages.

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