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What are the normal symptoms during pregnancy?

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Physiological & Psychological changes during pregnancy

Physiological changes: Physiological changes represent a natural adaptation of a pregnant woman during her pregnancy to better assimilate the fetus or the expecting child. Therefore, these changes are considered normal, such as those related to cardiovascular, hematological, metabolic, renal, and respiratory characteristics. The body is supposed to adjust its p ..

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Signs of Pregnancy

Pregnancy symptoms and indications Early pregnancy symptoms and the symptoms of the menstrual cycle (menstruation) are very similar, and because the menstrual cycle and pregnancy both have hormonal changes, so we find this similarity in symptoms. What the wife feels may be pre-menstrual symptoms, which may occur ten days before the occurrence of the period, whi ..

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Health care for pregnant women

  The food should be complete, and balanced and include all nutrients such as protein, carbohydrates, fats, minerals, and vitamins. 1. Integrated food : The daily integrated food should contain at least three meals for each of the following three basic groups: Energy and effort foods: carbohydrates and fats (which provide the body with the energy requir ..

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Advice and management of minor complaints during pregnancy

1. Nausea/vomiting The cause of nausea and vomiting is due to the increased concentration of hormones in the body. The feeling of nausea and vomiting begins to gradually disappear by week 12-13, i.e., the beginning of the fourth month. Women are advised to: Eat small frequent meals rather than one large meal and stay away from fatty and spicy foods. ..

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High-risk pregnancies

They are the pregnancies that, during their progression, pose a danger to the mother or the fetus, or both, at a higher rate than the general risk during a normal pregnancy. About (75-80%) of the percentage of diseases and deaths are perinatal. Early identification of these patients followed by appropriate treatment and measures may greatly modify the risk to the fet ..

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Management of high-risk pregnancies

Early detection of high-risk pregnancies is the basis for the appropriate management and is the responsibility of midwives and doctors, through periodic examination of the pregnant woman (pressure, auscultation of the heart, weight, and general examination of equipment, monitoring of pregnancy, and examination of the lower uterus, auscultation of the fetal heartbeat) ..

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