Feeling tired and tired during pregnancy is common to every pregnant woman. What is the cause of feeling tired and tired and does that affect pregnancy?
Dr. Syed Mohammed, a professor of obstetrics and gynecology, said that feeling tired especially during the first three months and the last pregnancy is due to the hormonal changes in the body during pregnancy that help to form the fetus.
During the first stage of pregnancy, the body produces a quantity of progesterone, which causes the body to feel tired and sleepy.
“The body changes in the way food and food are processed,” Dr. Syed said. “All of these changes are stressful to the body and lead to fatigue.
In addition, psychological and physical changes affect body stress.
During the last stage of pregnancy and with the increase in the size of the fetus increases the feeling of tiredness and fatigue, in addition to some other changes, including:
- Peeing during sleep.
- Muscle tension in the legs during the night.
- Difficulty sleeping.
- Increased sensation of burning stomach and acidity during pregnancy.
In addition, the feeling of tiredness and fatigue during pregnancy may be due to anemia and iron deficiency, which affects half of pregnant women, where the body needs a larger amount of iron to build red blood cells that carry oxygen to the tissues of the fetus and the need to increase iron intake during pregnancy Larger .
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