Amy Schumer has informed fans about her pregnancy in social media. And on Monday she shared a video of her ultrasound – and took the opportunity to encourage her fans to vote and vote in the middle of the meantime.
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Video, You can hear Schumer's reaction when he saw the ultrasound, which showed that her baby was moving in the uterus. "It moves everywhere! Oh my god, oh my god, you see, it has so much energy – that's why I puke every day, "she said.
Obviously, she's not alone in dealing with the morning sickness during pregnancy Baby's activity actually makes it worse?
The morning sickness is surprisingly complex and there are many factors that may affect severity.
The morning sickness sometimes referred to as nausea and vomiting of pregnancy (NVP)), is very common in early pregnancy, says the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) .And though it is called
"morning" disease can occur at any time of the day (or night).
In most cases, the morning sickness starts nine weeks ago and eases in the second trimester (about 14 weeks), explains ACOG about the time when you begin to feel the fluttering of your baby's movements. However, some people find that their morning sickness lasts for months and even throughout their pregnancy.
As SELF previously stated, there are some things that make it harder for you to have a heavy morning illness, though that does not mean why we know. For example, if you carry more than one child, have a history of migraine or travel sickness, or have a girl with you, you may have a harder time with morning sickness. If you have had a severe morning sickness during a previous pregnancy, or if your family has an intense morning sickness, it may also increase your risk.
If you are concerned about taking birth control before birth, including estrogen, this may be an early warning that you may be pregnant if you are pregnant, says Christine Greves, MD, one of the Women's and Babies' Winnie Palmer Women's and Babies Certified Gynecology, versus SELF.
Can a particularly active baby make you sick? Probably not, but it depends on how far you are already.
"There is no suggestion that an" energetic baby "leads to more severe nausea and vomiting during pregnancy, just as there is no clear definition of what qualifies as" energetic baby, "especially in the first trimester, when the symptoms of NVP are typically worse, "the board said. Shannon M. Clark, an associate professor of maternal-fetal medicine at the University of Texas Medical Branch and founder of ] BabiesAfter35.com tells SELF.
Depending on where you are in pregnancy, the baby is likely to be too small for his movements to have any influence. Jessica Shepherd, a minimally invasive gynecologist at Baylor University Medical Center, Dallas, tells SELF. "They are literally the size of a tadpole," she says.
Although it is unlikely that a particularly active baby will cause morning sickness, Dr. Greves, it may be that it's a kid that does a lot of work in you. You do not feel great when you feel bad – provided you're well enough to feel the baby during your pregnancy.
If you have morning sickness, you probably have to endure it with a few levels. However, there are some ways to alleviate these symptoms.
ACOG says that you can make sure you drink plenty of fluids, take smaller frequent meals than three large meals, or stick to bland food (such as bananas, rice, toast, and applesauce) can be the symptoms of Relieve morning sickness. A lot of rest can also help (or at least help to cope with the symptoms), says dr. Greves.
If your morning sickness is terrible, it's a good idea to talk to your doctor, Dr. Shepherd. You might recommend medication, such as the use of vitamin B6 or vitamin B6 and doxylamine together, if B6 alone does not help, she says. If this fails, your doctor may recommend taking an antiemetic to prevent vomiting.
All in all, you know that your morning sickness is not uncommon. But If it gets unbearable or if it's hard for you to keep food and get enough nutrients, talk to your doctor about what else you can do.