Pain that can be seen from the 1st trimester to the end of the 3rd trimester during pregnancy can sometimes be a harbinger of some problems, and sometimes it can be seen as a natural symptom. So how do we know what dangerous pain and non-dangerous pain are during pregnancy? Here are the causes of pregnancy pains…
Any pain seen not only in pregnancy but also in a normal adult is one of the alarm signs that the body shows as a reaction. In the event of an abnormality, it is useful to be cautious against exacerbated pain. At this stage, when expectant mothers experience anatomical and physiological changes, pain can be detected in various regions. The most common of these pains are groin pain, headache, low back pain, back pain and toothache. Experts point out that if it is known what causes these pains in pregnancy, it is necessary to apply the treatment first and not to resort to medication in order to overcome the pain. Which one is dangerous and which one is normal in pregnancy pains that can start from the first trimester of pregnancy and last until delivery? Here are the pains encountered during pregnancy…
PAINS IN PREGNANCY! WHICH PAINS ARE NOT RISKY?
GAS FORMATION AND CONSILENCE PROBLEM:
Progesterone hormone, which is dominant during pregnancy, functions in the intestines and causes some problems in the stomach and intestines. Gas in the stomach and constipation in the intestines trigger inguinal pain.
PRESSURE IN THE UTERM AND THE GROWTH OF THE BABY:
As a result of loosening of the pelvis, groin pain may be seen in pregnant women.
The ligaments that start on the two upper sides of the uterus and extend to the external genitalia are called round ligaments. Severe pains, which are seen as cramps when lying in bed or when suddenly standing up, cause groin pain rather than sitting.
WHAT ARE DANGEROUS CONDITIONS IN PREGNANCY? ATTENTION TO THESE PAINS!
We can list the dangerous types of pain and events that can happen to many expectant mothers during pregnancy as follows: Ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage risk, early separation of the placenta and bleeding, urinary infection risks in the respiratory tract, pregnancy poisoning (Preeclampsia)