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Bloating during Pregnancy

Pregnancy is one time when a woman has to face many bodily changes. Of course external changes in the body do happen, but she has to undergo a lot of internal changes as well, which include some hormones. Medical experts and doctors say that pregnancy in a woman's life is a really sensitive period, and anything that goes wrong during this time cannot only harm the unborn baby, but it can also harm the mother's health and her future pregnancies too. This is the reason why the pregnant woman and her family members become extra careful in terms of the diet, exercise, rest etc.

However, there are some things which are almost inevitable. Every pregnant woman does face some kind of small problems, and it is important all women know how to deal with these problems effectively, so that the effect does not harm the health of the baby. The digestive system of the pregnant woman unfortunately happens to be one thing which is the most affected during pregnancy, and it often leads to gas or bloating. Some women even face a kind of morning sickness where they vomit or have a feeling of nausea.

The bloating during pregnancy is completely natural and can easily be dealt with. It is not much of a cause of worry for the mother in terms of her own health as well as the baby's. However, the problem becomes worse when the bloating or the gas is a result of some highly unsafe acids in the body, which may be meddling with the effective functioning of the various internal systems of the body, especially the hormones. In such cases, it becomes extremely important for the pregnant woman to get herself checked from a doctor, and delaying of this consultation session should not happen at any cost.

Most of the times, doctors blame the problems of the digestive system to our eating habits, and this stands true in the case of pregnancy as well. A woman during pregnancy is anyway supposed to change her dietary habits to healthier ones, so doing it early should not be much of a task. Ideally, a pregnant woman should be considered as one who is actually feeding two stomachs. This means that not only does she need to increase the amount of food that she is consuming, but at the same time also ensure that she is eating healthy food which is good for the baby. There should be more of fruits and vegetables in the diet, along with an increase of milk and milk products. Increase of Vitamin C rich foods, along with foods rich in iron too is recommended.

Eating light and healthy food ensures that the problem of bloating does not occur, and in case the problem has occurred because of faulty eating habits, then these light foods act as a good cure and remedy. An increase in the intake of water on a daily basis helps to keep the digestive system effectively functioning, and also helps the body to remain cool.

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